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1889. 



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A LENAPE-ENGLISH 
DICTIONARY. 



LENAPE-ENGLISH 
DICTIONARY. 

From an anonymous MS. in the Archives of the 
Moravian Church at Bethlehem, Pa. 



EDITED, WITH ADDITIONS, 



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DANIEL G. BRINTON, A.M., M.D., 

PROFESSOR OF AMERICAN ARCHEOLOGY AND LINGUISTICS IN THE UNIVERSITY OF 
PENNSYLVANIA, 



REV. ALBERT SEQAQKIND ANTHONY, 

ASSISTANT MISSIONARY TO THE DELAWARBS AND SIX NATIONS, CANADA. 



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The Historical Society of Pennsylvania. 

1888. 



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PREFACE. 



For about a century, beginning with 1740, Mission- 
aries of the United Brethren, or Moravians, devoted 
themselves to the conversion and civilization of portions 
of the Lenape or Delaware Indians. These earnest 
Christian men studied the native tongue, reduced it to 
writing, and printed in it, for the use of their converts, 
a number of works of a religious and educational char- 
acter. The history of their literary activity in this lan- 
guage has been recently traced elsewhere, in detail,* and 
need not be repeated here. While some of the results 
appeared in type, much of it remained in manuscript 
until the curiosity of scientific students led to its publi- 
cation. Thus, in 1827, Peter S. Duponceau edited the 
Grammar of Zeisberger,f and sixty years later his English- 
German-Onondaga-Delaware Dictionary was printed by 
the private liberality of Professor E. N. Horsford.| 

These works of David Zeisberger — whose life found 

* The Lenape and their Legends ; by D. G. Brinton. pp. 74-109 (Phila- 
delphia, 1885). 

j- A Grammar of the Language of the Lenjii Lenape, in the Transac- 
tions of the American Philosophical Society, 1827. 

X Zeisberger' s Lndian Dictionary, 4to, Cambridge, 1887. 

iii 



IV PREFACE. 

an able and sympathetic narrator in the late Right Rev. 
Edmund de Schweinitz * — together with his printed 
" Delaware Spelling Book," were the chief sources from 
which the later missionaries drew their knowledge of the 
Lenape dialect ; and unquestionably the present Lenape- 
English Dictionary was founded mainly upon the lin- 
guistic work of this proto-Lenapist. So far as the 
history of the MS. is concerned, I can add nothing to 
what was stated in " The Lenape and their Legends," 
which is as follows : — 

" It is probable that Mr. Dencke was the compiler of 
the Delaware Dictionary which is preserved in the Mora- 
vian Archives at Bethlehem. The MS. is an oblong 
octavo, in a small, but beautifully clear hand, and com- 
prises about 3700 words. The handwriting is that of the 
late Rev. Mr. Kampman, who was missionary to the 
Delawares on the Canada Reservation from 1840 to 
1842. On inquiring the circumstances connected with 
this MS., he stated to me that it was written at the 
period named, and was a copy of some older work, 
probably by Mr. Dencke; but of this he was not 
certain." f 

* Life and Times of David Zeisberger (Philadelphia, 1871). This 
eminent Bishop of the Moravian Church died suddenly while the present 
work was passing through the press — a loss keenly felt throughout that 
respected Christian body and by a large circle of personal and literary 
friends beyond its limits. 

f The Lenipi and their Legends, pp. 84, 85. 



PREFACE. V 

The Rev. C. F. Dencke, here alluded to, was mission- 
ary to the Delawares at New Fairfield, Canada, for a 
number of years after the war of 1812. He was the 
author of a grammar of the tongue, now apparently lost,* 
and translated into it various portions of the New Tes- 
tament. His death took place in 1839. 

The MS. of Mr. Kampman was carefully copied and 
enlarged by the addition of words from the MSS. and 
printed works of Zeisberger, Heckewelder and Ettwein. 
These additions have, in the printed copies, been indi- 
cated by the capital letters, Z., E., and H. In this con- 
dition the MS. was submitted to the Rev. Albert Seqaq- 
kind Anthony, a born Lenape, and perfectly familiar 
with the language of his nation as spoken by that colony 
of it resident on the Six Nations Reservation, in Ontario, 
Canada. In this colony, the usual dialect is the Minsi, 
and, as its members belong to a portion of the nation 
who were converted by missionaries of the English 
Church (to which Mr. Anthony belongs), the theological 
terms developed usually differ widely from those framed 
by the Moravians. 

Mr. Anthony kept the MS. by him for some months, 
giving its contents careful attention, and subsequently 
the two editors met and passed in review every word in 
the Dictionary. The numerous notes and corrections 
in brackets, with an appended capital A., are the emenda- 

* A small portion of it is contained in some MSS. now in the possession 
of the Pennsylvania Historical Society. 



VI PREFACE. 

tions suggested by Mr. Anthony from the present stand- 
point of the language and from the dialect of his ances- 
tral sub-tribe. The latter differs somewhat from that 
employed by the compiler of the Dictionary. The 
grammatical forms employed indicate that this was the 
Unami (Wonami). 

No attempt has been made to increase the lexicography 
by the insertion of words or forms obtained from the 
Delaware of to-day. All such, when mentioned, are by 
way of comparison only. It would have been easy to 
have extended the vocabulary. There are evidently 
some Lenape radicals and many themes which do not 
appear in this work. But the editors confined their 
efforts to presenting this work as exclusively concerned 
with the dialect as employed by the Moravian Mission- 
aries ; and hence, all additions to the vocabulary have 
been from their writings. 

As is well known, the early Moravians were exclu- 
sively Germans ; and in reducing the Lenape to a 
written idiom they made use of the German alphabet, 
without adding to it any phonetic signs. This alphabet 
was not ill adapted for the purpose. It could represent 
the gutturals and the vowel sounds of the Lenape with 
sufficient clearness. But there were a few sounds, and 
these frequent and important ones, which their Germanic 
ears did not differentiate. 

The most prominent of these is the soft ///, as in with. 
This is usually represented in the Dictionary by s. The 



PREFACE. VI 1 

true sibilant is, in reality, very rare ; it scarcely exists. 
The soft th again appears wherever the Dictionary has an 
X ; this is properly k'tli. 

The h is not a true aspirate, as in German, but rather 
a pause, as in the French la Hollande. 

The terminal -^ is a strong, suddenly-checked expira- 
tion, which is, by some writers, not inaptly expressed 
by q' or q! Instead of the k, the Dictionary sometimes 
employs que, which appears to be identical in sound. 

The labial b is very like a /, and probably alternates 
with it in the dialects. 

The g is always hard, like the English k; the j has 
the value of the English y ; the compound ey is like the 
long i in pine ; the syllables gan and quan are pro- 
nounced alike ; and the diphthong C7i has, at least in the 
Minsi of to-day, the value of o in note. 

By observing these points and giving the remainder of 
the alphabet the German values, I had no difficulty in 
reading Dencke's translation of the Epistle of St. John to 
Mr. Anthony with such correctness that he understood 
it at once. 

D. G. Brinton. 



A 



LENAPE-ENGLISH 

DICTIONARY. 



A, indeed, well. 

Aan, to go ; {aal, in Minsi. A) 

Abtschi, always ; — likhiqui, at all times. 

Abtschiechgochgihillen, to bleed to death. 

Abtschihillak, the whooping cough; {aabtschihillank. 

A.) 
Abtschihillen, to have the whooping cough. 
Abtschinalan, to be afflicted to death. 
Abtschinalittin, Z., to die in battle ; (they kill each other. 

A.) 
Abtschinaluxin, to be afflicted, to be tormented to 

death. 
Acheweli, Z., necessary (dub.. A.). 
Achewen, bushy ; a bush, thicket (dub., A.). 
B 9 



10 LENAPfe-ENGLISH 

Achewiecheu, strong, spirituous. 

Achewon, strong, spirituous ; (archaic, A.) 

Achgachemawachtin, to share with each other. 

Achgahamauwan, to distribute to somebody. 

Achgahikewagan, distribution, division. 

Achgameu, broad, wide. 

Achgegenummen, to choose. 

Achge'gim, to teach, to instruct. 

Achgegingen, to teach. 

Achgegingewagan, teaching, information. 

Achgeketum, £., a teacher; [Aachgekinket, A.) 

Achgelinquoam, to behold, to look ; (arch., A.) 

Achgelunen, to lie. 

Achgeluneuch, £., a har. 

Achgenindewagan, accusation, bad report. 

Achgenindin, to blame one another. 

Achgepchoau, to be deaf. 

Achgepinqueu, to be blind ; (to be blindfolded, A.) 

Achgepinquot, blind. 

Achgetaktschehellau, to jump over the fence; {/it., to 

brace one's self for a jump, A.) 
Achgettemagelo, merciful. 
Achgettemakinaquot, poorly looking. 
Achgigihawan, to mock or laugh at somebody ; (arch., 

A.) 
Achgigulan, to sleet. 
Achgiguwen, to play, to be noisy, to be lively, to be 

jocular. 



DICTIONARY. 11 

Achgiguwewagan, sport, pastime. 

Achgiiki, mocking, jesting. 

Achgikbi, elm, the elm tree. 

Achginchen, to be quick of hearing. 

Achgindamen, Z., to count (also, to read. A.). 

Achgiuchsowagan, drunkenness. 

Achgiwalan, to deceive somebody; (arch., A.) 

Achgiwalittewagan, deceit, fraud. 

Achgiwalittin, to deceive, to cheat. 

Achgonican, or Achquanican, Z., a fish dam. 

Achgook, snake. 

Achgiikbi, Z., an elm tree. 

Achgumen, dull, cloudy. 

Achgumhok, cloud. 

Achgumhokquot, cloudy ; (Ji^., to be still, B.) 

Achgunnan, to clothe somebody ; {achgiinha, A.) 

Achgussin, to burn the kettle ; (dub.. A.) 

Achibis, to bind up or dress a wound ; (dub., perhaps 
from gachtun, to bind, A^ 

Achkindiken, to read; (achkinsmk, to read, A) 

Achkiwelendam, to be disquieted, to be troubled in 
mind ; (alludes to harsh occurrences, A.) 

Achkiwitehewagan, irresolution. 

Achochwen, to have bad travelling. 

Achowalogen, to labor hard, to toil. 

Achowat, hard, difficult, dangerous, painful, trouble- 
some ; {achwat, A.) 

Achowelendam, to think difficult. 



12 lenApe-english 

Achpa'mi, about, thereabouts. 

Achpamsin, to walk, to walk about, 

Achpanschi, beam, log for a house. 

Achpateuny, E., the east wind. 

Achpekok, wound; (arch., A)) 

Achpequot, wounded ; achpeqiiat, Z., full of holes, from 

pguihilleu, it has a hole. 
Achpin, to be there, to be at home. 
Achpineen, abode, residence; Z. epienk, where we are. 
Achpiney, place to sleep on ; achpinink, a bed, Z. 
Achpi'que, flea. 

Achpiquon, flute, fiddle (any musical instrument, A)j. 
Achpitawan, to be or abide in somebody. 
Achpitpannik, ancestors, Z. {lit., old residents, A^. 
Achpitschiechen, to stop, to prevent. 
Achpi'xu, full of fleas. 

Achpoaliman, to mock somebody, to laugh at some one. 
Achpoan, bread; n'dapponhe,\ make bread; achpotihe- 

zvak, they make bread. 
Achpoantit, piece of bread, small loaf. 
Achpoem, roasted corn. 
Achpoques, mouse ; {achpiques, A) 
Achpussin, to roast, to broil. 
Achquaneman, //"., a bushnet for fishing. 
Achquanxowagan, lasciviousness, whoredom. 
Achquetahen, to shoot at a mark. 
Achquetschiechgugsin, to be tempted. 
Achquetschiechtowagan, temptation. 



DICTIONARY. 13 

Achquidhakamike, upon earth. 

Achquin, to put on clothes ; {ehquink, clothing, A) 

Achquindowagan, accusation, charge. 

Achquipelawon, hoe. 

Achquiwanis, blanket; (black or broad cloth, A) 

Achquoaici'lennees, Z, blackberries. 

Achquoanan, to catch something with a net. 

Achquoanemen, to fish with a bushnet. 

Achquoani'kan, bushnet. 

Achquoanquigeu, long timber. 

Achschiechey, Z., a nest. 

Achschikiminschi, fern. 

Achsehhellen, to scatter, to disperse ; {sek'ellen, A) 

Achsin, stone ; pi., chotacJisin, Z. (an archaic plural ; now 

achsinall, A.). 
Achsinemhoan, pewter spoon. 
Achsinhittehikan, steel trap. 
Achsinn'aminschi, sugar maple. 
Achsinnigeu, stony. 
Achtschingi, scarcely, hardly. 
Achtschingiochwen, to venture to go. 
Achtschinkhalan, to persuade somebody; to force 

somebody. 

Achtschinkhewagan, disobedience ; {achtscheyinkgeu- 
sink, A) 

Achtschipaptonen, to talk strangely, to speak roughly. 
Achtschipilissin, to act strangely, to behave wonder- 
fully. 



14 LENAPfe-ENGLISH 

Achtu, deer; {achto' . A.) 

Achtuchwiecheken, deer's hair. 

Achtuchwiminschi, red root. 

Achtuhhu, plenty of deer. 

Achwamallsin, to feel great pain ; (to suffer in sickness. 

A.) 
Achwangundowagan, lasting peace. 
Achwangundowi, very peaceable. 
Achwilek, hard, troublesome time ; achwileu, {A') it is a 

troublesome time. 
Achwipisgeu, pitch dark. 

Achwon, strong, spirituous ; (forcible, violent. A}\ 
Achwowangeu, steep, high bank of a river. 
Ahanhokqui, descended from, sprung from. 
Abas, a crow; {ahasso. A.) 
Ahhino, a rich man ; (dub.. A.) 
Ahiktek, a strowd. 

Ahoalan, to love somebody ; ahoaltie'que, E., if you love. 

Ahoalgussit, the beloved. 

Ahoaltin, to love one another. 

Ahoaltowagan, love. 

Ahoaltowaganit, he that is love. 

Ahoaltuwamallsin, to feel love. 

Ahoaltuwi, loving. 

Ahoatam, to esteem, to value. 

Ahochvvalquot, hard going, difficult travelling. 

Ahotasu, Z., dear, beloved {ahoatasu ; does not apply to 
persons, but to things. A^. 



DICTIONARY. 15 

Ahoweli, willful. 

Ahowoapewi, strong ; (power of endurance. A.) 

Ajandamalquot, it is to be wished ; it is desirable. 

Ajandamoagan, desire. 

Ajandamuwi, desired, wished for. 

Ajanhelendam, to be indifferent, to be unconcerned. 

Ajanhelendamoagan, indifference. 

Ajanhissowagan, indifference, calmness of mind. 

Ajapeu, buck. 

Ajappawe, early in the morning. 

Ajaskemi, for good and all. 

Aje'ma, if, if only, if but ; be so good, please. 

Aji', take it. 

Ajummen, to buy, to purchase. 

Akquiwan, blanket; (black cloth. A. See achqui- 

wanis.) 
Alaaptonen, to break off in speaking. 
Alachimoagan, rest ; (the prefix alack is used to signify 

incapacity or inability. A) 
Alachimoatenamin, to rest happy. 
Alachimuin, to rest. 
Alagendowenke, after Sunday. 
Alagischgu, day is spent. 
Alahikan, a mark (to shoot at). 
Alakqui, 'tis a pity ! 
Alakschachan, the wind ceases. 
Alalechen, to cease breathing, to die; (dub., see equi- 

lechlejeu. A.) 



16 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

Alalechet, the dying. 

Alamachtagen, to stop fighting. 

Alamikemossen, to stop working, 

Alapenauwelendam, to leave off, to quit, to give up. 

Alappa, to-morrow ; {ajappa. A.) 

Alappaje, early in the morning. 

Alappiechsin, to speak fast. 

Alasohen, to separate; (more exactly, to go asunder. 

A.) 
Alawossin, to be unable to perform ; to be incapable of 

doing. 
Alemoagan, fear, apprehension ; (arch., A.) 
Alende, some. 
Alett, rotten. 

Alhakquot, stormy, rainy ; land rain. 
Alike, yet, still, nevertheless, however ; for ; already. 
Allacquelendam, to be repentant. 
Allamachtey, womb; {/it, and generally, the inward 

parts. A.) 
AUamawunke, Z., under the hill. 
AUamhakink, in the earth. 
Allami, in there, therein, within. 
AUamijey, in there, therein, within. 
Allamuin, Z., the war whoop (arch. See Kowamo. A.), 
AUamunk, in there, therein, within. 
Allamunque, in there, therein, within. 
AUanque, star. 
Allapehhellan, to rock somebody. 



DICTIONARY. I7 

AUapi, E., listen ! here ! (dub., A) 

Allapijeyjuwagan, activity, quickness. 

Allauwin, to hunt. 

Allemakewunk, on the north side of a hill. 

Allemewachton, to carry abroad. 

Allemi apuawachto,— tangawachto,— tatchatvachto,— 
— tepawachto, falls in price ; — tatchittm, to decrease. 

Allemih'hillen, to pass by, to fly ; {ellameh' hilan. A.) 

Allemiminschik, sarsaparilla. 

Allemitschellachton, to roll along. 

Allewussowagan, majesty ; (/it., greater power ; a com- 
parative form. A.) 

Allogalan, to send somebody. 

Allogalgussin, to be sent. 

Allogagan, servant. 

Allogaganin, to keep a servant. 

Alloge'wagan, work. 

Allohak, strong, powerful ; more powerful ; (a compara- 
tive form. A.) 

Allohakasin, to teach, to instruct ; (lit, to have power 
over another. A.) 

Allohumasin, to show. 

Alloku, lean; poor; (probably for alloqueu, — it is too 
bad, it is inferior. ^4.) 

AUokuwagan, leanness. 

Alloquepi, hat; cap. 

Allouchsit, strong, mighty. 

Allouchsoagan, strength. 



18 LEN APE-ENGLISH 

AUowat, strong, mighty. 

Allowelemuwi, valuable. 

AUowelendam, to esteem highly ; to prize above every- 
thing. 

Allowelendamoagan, great esteem, high estimation. 

Allowigamen, to overcome, to subdue. 

Allowihillen, to leave over. 

AUowilek, that which is above everything, most weighty. 

Allowiwi, more, yet more, much more; rather; — mehek, 
greater. 

Allum, dog; (more exactly, any domesticated animal. 
A?) (Compare moekaneu and Imchum) 

AUumaptonen, to say on. 

AUumes, little dog, pup ; (young of any domestic ani- 
mal. A) 

AUumhammochwen, to set off by water. 

AUummahen, to throw. 

Allummeuchtummen, to go away weeping. 

Allummochachton, to carry away. 

AUummochwalan, to bring somebody away. 

AUum'sin, to go away. 

AUumtoonhen, to say on. 

Alluns, arrow, bullet ; (especially and originally, arrow. 
A) 

Allunshikan, bullet mould. 

AUunsinutey, shot bag. 

Alod, for, yet. 

Am, well, indeed. 



DICTIONARY. 19 

Amakquitehemen, to cut off; {amank'itshen, to knock 
off A) 

Amamchachwelendamen, to suffer. 

Aman, fishing line, rope; n'dapiaman, H., I come from 

fishing with a hook and Hne ; {aman, properly, cord, 

string. A) 
Amanatak, fishing line. 
Amandamen, to feel. 
Amandamoagan, feeling. 
Amandamuwi, sensitive. 

Amangachgenimgussowagan, the being elated by 
praise. 

Amangachpoques, rat. 
Amangamek, large fish. 
Amanganachquiminschi, Spanish oak. 
Amanghattachcat, coarse linen. 
Amangi, big, great, large. 
Amangiechsin, to speak loud, to cry out. 
Amatschiechsin, to speak brokenly. 
Amatschipuis, turkey buzzard. 
Amatschisowapasigan, the herb "colt's foot." 
Ambeson, Z., an Indian cradle. 
Amechachwilawechtowagan, chastisement. 
A'mel, Z., a hammer. 
Amemens, child. 
Amemensuwi, childlike, childish. 
Amementit, babe. 
Amemi, pigeon ; {memi. A) 



20 LENAPfe-ENGLISH 

Amendchewagan, disobedience, stubbornness. 

Amentschinsin, to praise, to give honor. 

Ametschimi, often ; — ne leep, there was more done. 

Amiga, long, a long time. 

Amimi, Z., a dove. See Amemi. 

Amintschindewagan, praise. 

Amintschiuchsin, to disobey. 

Amintschiuchsowagan, disobedience. 

Amochol, canoe, boat. 

Amocholes, little canoe. 

Amocholhe, poplar ; (the buttonwood or sycamore ; lit., 

the boat wood, as canoes were made from it. A}) 
Amoe, bee ; wasp ; (a generic term for the kind, y^.) 
Amoewiwikwam, bee hive. 
Amoquigachschechin, to bruise the finger nail. 
Amoschimoe, spike buck ; yearling. 
Amueen, Z, to angle. 
Amuigenan, to raise somebody up. 

Amuin, to arise. 

Amuiwagan, resurrection. 

Anakan, pi., all, mat made of rushes. 

Anatschihuwewagan, care, cautiousness. 

Anatschiton, to take care. 

Andhanni, bullfrog. 

Anechwunaltey, bark canoe. 

Anehku, bark ; {anecJmin. A.) 

Anena, by little and little; by do^grees \—ikalissi, the 
more, more and more. 



DICTIONARY. 21 

Anenawi, by little and little, by degrees •,—mcheli, the 
more, more and more. 

Anetassoagan, Z., helplessness. 

Aney, road, walking road, path. 

Angellen, to die ; {lit., going to decay, may be applied to 
animate objects during life. A) 

Angellowagan, death. 

Angellowi, mortal, deadly. 

Anhoktonhen, to interpret. 

Anicus, Z, a mouse, a ground squirrel ; pi., anixak. 

Aninsihhillen, the young of a bird or fowl. 

Anischik, thank'e; thanks. 

Anixi gischuch, (the month in which the ground squir- 
rels begin to run) January. 

Ankhittasowagan, loss, 

Ankhitton, to lose. 

Anoschi, shoe-string. 

Anschiwi, more by degrees. 

Ansenummen, to take together. 

Ansiptikin, to bind up into sheaves. 

Apachgilentschachsin, to warm the hands. 

Apachtoquepi, crown. 

Apachtschiechton, to display, to set something up; to 
attach one's self to, to fix upon, 

Apagihen, to come from planting. 

Apaligen, to tread upon ; {achpaligen. A.) 

Apallauwin, to come from hunting. 

Apalogen, to come from work. 



22 LENAPfe-ENGLISH 

Apami, in vain. 

Apanachen, to come from cutting wood. 

Apatschin, to come back, to return. 

Apel, apple. 

Apemikemossin, to stop working. 

Apendamen, to enjoy, to make use of. 

Apendelluxin, to be made partaker. 

Apendelluxowagan, the being made partaker. 

Apensoagan, Z., enjoyment, fruition. 

Apensu-wi, useful, enjoyable. 

Apipachgihhillen, to bud, to shoot forth. 

Apit, by the way. 

Apitchanehhellen, contrary mind. 

Apitschi, after a little while, by and bye. 

Apittehikan, anvil ; (///., where one thing is struck upon 

another. A.) 
Aptatschin, to freeze to death. 
Aptelendam, to grieve to death. 
Aptonagan, word; chapter; (strictly, a word. A.) 
Aptonaltin, to speak with each other. 
Aptonen, to speak. 
Aptuppeu, drowned. 

Apuangellen, to die easily; to die quickly. 
Apuat, easy, easily. 
Apuawachto, cheap. 
Apuelendam, to think easy. 
Apuichton, to make easy, to make light. 
Aputschiechton, to turn the wrong side out. 



DICTIONARY. 23 

Ascaletschi, unripe. 

Aschanquussin, to be cast away ; to be rejected. 

Aschite, then. 

Aschowin, to swim ; aschowill, n'daschwul, I swim. 

Aschowitchan, raft. 

Aschtehhellen, to go or cross over one another. 

Aschtetehasik, Z., the cross f; [aschtetehican, A. The 

former refers to the stick, the latter to the symbol.) 
Aschukiso , poor, worth nothing, beggar. 
Asgask, green; askcu, Z. (this means "raw;" askasqueu, 

it is green, for a leaf, etc. A) 
Asgaskachgook, green snake. 
Asgelendam, to wait with impatience. 
Aski, must, necessitated, obliged. 
Askiquall, grass, herbs. 
Askiwi, raw, green. 
Aspenummen, to lift up. 
Aspenuxin, to be lifted up. 
Aspin, to ascend; {ispin. A.) 
Aspinachken, to lift up the hand. 
Aspochwen, to go up, to ascend. 
Aspoquen, to raise the eye. 
Assisku, mud, clay. 
Assiskuju, muddy, dirty, marshy. 
Assisquahoos, earthen pot; assiskequahoSy E. 
Assisquohasu, daubed with clay. 
Assisquohen, to mix clay. 
Atenkpatton, to quench fire. 



24 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

Atschimolehan, to relate to somebody. 

Atschimolsin, to consult, to hold counsel. 

Atschimolsoagan, counsel, advice. 

Atta, no, not ; — am, not at all ; — auwen, nobody ; — hasch, 
no, never ; — ihaschi, never, nevermore ; at no time ; — 
iilewi, not at all true ; — kocku, nothing ; — tani, by no 
means. 

Attach, moreover, beyond, above. 

Attago, no, by no means. 

Auchsin, to be hard to deal with. 

Auchsu, (of beasts) wild, untractable ; (of men) avari- 
cious, difficult to deal with. 

Auchsuwagan, Z., fury, anger. 

Awechemos, creature, cattle. 

Awe'hellea, Z., a bird (this is the generic term now in use. 
It means self-suspended, referring to the flight of birds. 
A.) 

Awehhelleu, bird, fowl ; (applied to large fowls, etc. 
A) 

Auweken, to make use of. 

Auwen, who, somebody, which; — ha? who then? ma, 
who is there ? 

Auweni ? who is it ? 

Auwih ! oh ! (exclamation of pain.) 

Auwijewi, yet, however. 

Awelemukunees, young buck. 

Awelendam, to be certain, to be sure. 

Awendam, to suffer pain. 



DICTIONARY. 25 

Awendamoagan, suffering. 

Awendamowanglowagan, painful death. 

Awendamuwi, painful. 

Awessis, beast. 

Awonn, fog, mist. 

Awossachtenne, over or beyond the hill. 

Awossagame, heaven; {lit., the place beyond or out of 

sight. A) 
Awossake, behind the house. 
Awossakihakan, that side of the plantation. 
Awosschakque, over the log or tree. 
Awosseki, over the leaf; (dub., ^.) 
Awossenachk, over the fence, behind the fence. 
Awossenuppeque, over the lake. 
Awossi, over, over there, beyond, on the other side, 

behind. 
Awossijey, over, over there, beyond, on the other side, 

behind. 
Awossin, to warm one's self. 
AwuUakenim, to laud, to praise. 
Awullakeniman, to praise somebody. 
AwuUakenimoagan, praise. 
Awullsittamen, to obey. 
Awullsittamsewagan, obedience. 
AwuUsittamuwi, obedient. 
Awullsu, good, fine, pretty; (animate, pi. miwiilsuak ; 

inanimate, auwultu, pi. auwultol^ (from ividissu). A. 



26 LENAPE-ENGLISH 



Bambil, (pi. ak) book, letter ; (applied to any writing or 

writing material. A^ 
Bambilenutey, pocket book. 
Beson, medicine, physic; (out of use. A. '^qq chappik ; 

it is for inbesoii, q. v.) 
Bihilewen, to be hoarse. 
Biminaten, to spin ; (see under P.) 
Bingtschwanak, E., the pupil of the eye. 
Bischi, yes, indeed, to be sure ; {biesch, H. ibid.) 
Bischik, yes, indeed, to be sure. 
Bischuwi, wilderness ; (arch., A) 
Blaknik, flying squirrel. 
Blenhotik, black snakeroot. 

Bloeu,Z, a turkey cock. (P/^?^//, turkey of either sex. A) 
Bochwejesik, Z., joint of the foot. 
Bochwinan, to skin an animal. 
Bohhuhachqua, basket wood. 
Bohhuhan, to peal off the rind of a tree. 
Bokandpechin, to bruise the hand. 
Bonihen, to lay on (wood on a fire). 



C. 



Ceppitsch, Z., a conspiracy. 

Chaasch, eight. 

Chaasch tcha pachki, eight hundred. 



DICTIONARY. 27 

Chaaschtchenachke, eighty. 

Chaihoak, Z., clothes-lice. 

Challanunschi, sumach. 

Chammap, Z., fed (he or it was fed. A)^. 

Chans, elder brother. 

Chanson, bedstead. 

Chasquem, Indian corn. 

Chauchschisis, old woman. 

Chauwalanne, fork -tailed eagle. 

Chawachto, dear, high priced. 

Cheiho, Z., the body (means that which is whole, entire. 

A). 
Cheinutey, saddle bag. 
Cheli, much. 
Chelit, a great deal. 
Ches, pi. ak, skin ; leather ; machtschilokees, Z., a leather 

string. [Choi, a pelt. A) 
Chesimus, younger brother or sister. 
Chessachgutakan, leather breeches. 
Cheweleleney, manifold. 
Cheyjantup, Z., a scalp. 
Chinqualippa, great buck. 
Chiquasu, patched, mended. 
Chitquen, deep water, high water. 
Choanschikan, Virginian (virginity ?). 
Chokquinen, to cough. 

Chokquineu, A., he has a"^disease with coughing. 
Chokquinewagan, cough. 



28 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

Chottschinschu, big trough, large bowl; chotachsun, Z., 

a large stone. 
Chowasquall, old dry grass. 

Chumm, daughter-in-law; (/zV., my daughter-in-law. A?) 
Chuppecat, deep, high water. 
Chw^elensowagan, pride. 
Chwelhammook, great many deer tracks. 
Chweli, much, many ; chweltol, as many ; cJiivclopannik, 

there were many. 
Chwelokunak, many nights. 

Clagacheu, H., it is aground, or, rests on something. 
Clahican, Z., a steel trap. 

Clamachpin, Z., to sit still; clamachphil ! H., sit still! 
Clamhattenmoagan, Z., steadiness. 
Clammieche, Z., to lie still. 
Clampeechen, Z., still or standing water. 
Colassu, Z., sweat by a bath. 
Combach (quail), Z., leaf, leaves of a tree ; cumbachquiwi, 

it is full of leaves ; compare wunissak (arch.. A}). 
Commoot, or, Commootgeen, Z., stolen. 
Cub'bachcan, thick \cubbacJica7i packchack,2i\h.\c]<. board ; 

cubbachcan schackeef, a thick skin. 
Cuwe, Z., pine tree; atzvenchac, pine wood (properly 

p'kozveu, it is sticky, alluding to the resin. A.). 



DICTIONARY. 29 

D. 

Dachiquamen, to patch, to mend. 

Dachiquoagan, a patch. 

Dajasgelendam, to desire ardently, to wait for with 

much concern. 
Dalakihillen, to tear, rend in two. 
Dalaktschetechen, to fall and burst open. 
Dallumens, tame creature; (any domestic animal, see 

alhnns. A.) 
Damachgigamen, to tread under foot. 
Damaskhikan, a scythe. 
Damaskhiken, to mow. 

Damaskus, muskrat; (dub. mod. cJmaskquis. A.) 
Dawamhican, Z., the jaw bone. 
Delachgapachgunk, in the cleft of a rock. 
Dellemangan, the thick part of the arm; (thy, etc. A.) 
Dellsoagan, manner, custom, habit ; (thy habit. A.) 
Demasxalo, a file. 
Despehhellan, to have the smallpox. 
Despehhellewagan, smallpox (dub., A.). 
Dulheu, Z., the bosom, breast (with possessives). 



E. 



E— e, H., Yes (lazily). 
Echgoquijeque, ye serpents. 
Eemhoanis, spoon. 



30 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

Eenhawachtin, to pay one another, to satisfy each 

other. 
Eenhawachtowagan, payment, reward. 
Eenhen, to pay. 

Eenhiken, to pay; {enhe'ken. A.) 
Eesgans, Z., a needle (arch.. A.). 
Eat, perhaps, may be. 
Egohan, H., yes, indeed ! 
Eh ! Eh ! exclamation of approbation. 
Ehachgahiket, distributer, divider. 
Ehachpink, place; ehaclipit, Z., his place. 
Ehachpit, his place, his habitation, 
Ehachpussitunk, gridiron, 
Ehachquink, clothing. 
Ehachquit, etc., his cloth, etc, 
Ehachtubuwing, Z., a cup. 
Ehalluchsit, the mighty and powerful. 
Ehamhittehukuk, battery of a gun lock. 
Ehangelikgik, the dead ; (arch., ^.) 
Ehasgitamank, watermelon. 
Ehelamek, ribbon. 
Ehelandawink, ladder. 
Ehelekhigetonk, ink. 
Ehelikhique, at which time. 
Ehelilamank, well, spring, fountain; (a running or 

flowing spring. A}) 
Ehelinguatek, stove pipe. 
Ehendachpuink, a table. 



DICTIONARY. 31 

Ehenendhaken, to speak a parable. 
Ehes, muscle; clam. 
Eheschandek, window. 

Eheschapamuk, Z., a bottle; (anything of glass. A?) 
Ehoalan — (pi. Ehoalachgik), beloved, dear. 
Ehoalgussit, the beloved. 
Ehoalid, my lover, 

Ejaja, etc., where, wherever or whither I go, etc. 
Ekajah ! aye ! aye ! exclamation of surprise. 
Ekamejek, broadness. 
Ekamhasik, broad. 
Ekee ! ay ! exclamation of surprise. 
Ekesa ! H., for shame! 
Ekhokiike, at the end of the world. 
Ekih ! O my ! exclamation of pain. 
Ekisah ! exclamation of indignant surprise. 
Ekoqualis, raspberry. 

Eksasamallsin, to feel less pain, to feel better. 
Eksaselendam, to diminish, to disesteem. 
Eksaselendamoagan, restraint, abridgment. 
Eksasi, less. 
Elachpaje, this morning. 
Elachtoniket, he that searcheth, seeker. 
Elalogen, what to do. 
Elamallsin, how to feel, to feel as. 

Elangellen, to be leprous; (///., to perish miserably. A)) 
Elangomat, friend, relation ; {lit., a member of one's 
family. A}j 



32 LENAPfe-ENGLISH 

Elangomellan, my friend. 

Elauwit, hunter; [ehalowit. A.) 

Elawachtik, so dear. 

Elek, as it is, as it happens. 

Elekhammajenk, our debts. 

Elekhasik, as is written. 

Elelemukquenk, what we are destined for. 

Elemamek, everywhere; (/^V., as it lies; the sense " every- 
where " not now known. A.) 

Elemamekhaki, all over the country; (///.," the way the 
land lies." A.) 

Elemi, to-day once, sometime to-day; — gendowewa- 
gan,\\\\s week; — kechokiinak, in a few days; — nipink, 
this summer ; — sigidn, this spring ; — lozvank, this 
winter. 

Elemiechen, along the road. 

Elemiechink, by the way. 

Elemokunak, one of these days. 

Elemukulek, in the bend of the river. 

Elemussit, he that is going away. 

Elenapewian, thou Indian ! 

Elewunsit, as he is called, so he is named; {cliwin- 
sit. A.) 

Elgigui, as, like as, in like manner, like that ; so, so as, 
so very; as much so, as well as; (after compar.) than ; 
— ametschimi, as often as, so often ; — inchcli, as much 
as. 

Elgigunk, as big, as wide as. 



DICTIONARY. 33 

Elgigunkhaki, as big and wide as the world is ; all the 

world round. 
Elgilen, as tall as, as big as. 
Elgixin, to be worthy. 
Elhokquechink, at his head. 

Eli, because ; (in questions) then ; (in compos.) as, so, what, 
Eligischquik, to-day ; (sometime during to-day. A.) 
Elikhikqui, at this time. 
Elikus, ant, pismire; {eli'ques. A.) 
Elilenin, as is usual with one, as is customary. 
Elinaquo, as this, as that, as the other. 
Elinaquot, so, so as, also, likewise. 
Elinaxit, as he appears ; his appearance, figure, look, 
Elinquechink, before, in presence of. 
Elitehat, as he thinks, 

Elitton'henk, sermon ; (concerning a sermon. A.) 
Eliwi, both, 
Elke ! !/., wonderful ! 
Elogalintschik, messengers. 
Elogamgussit, messenger. 
Elsija, etc., as I am, as I do, etc, 
Elsit, as he is minded, as he does, 
Eluet, as he saith, his saying, 
Eluwak, most powerful, 
Eluwantowit, God above all, 
Eluwi, most, 
Eluwiahoalgussit, the beloved above all things ; best 

beloved. 



34 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

Eluwikschiechsit, the most holy, hohest. 
Eluwilissit, the most gracious one. 
Eluwitakauwussit, the best, the supremely good. 
Eluwitschitanessit, the strongest. 
Eluwiwulik, the very best, the supremely good. 
Eluwussit, the Almighty, the most powerful, the most 

majestic. 
Enapandikan, the hind sight of a gun. 
Enda, where, whither. 
Endchappin, as many as are here. 
Endchekhamman, as much as one owes. 
Endchen, as often as. 
Endchi, as much as, as many as. 
Enendhaken, to speak a parable. 
Enendhakewagan, parable. 
Epia, etc., where I am, etc. 
Epigachink, foundation. 
Epit, he who is there ; inhabitant. 
Equiwi, under; beneath. 
Equohellen, to depart this life, to die. 
Es, yet. 

Eschauwessit, side. 
Eschiwi, through. 
Eschochwalan, to help somebody through, to carry 

some one through. 
Eschochwen, to go through, to drive through. 
Eschoochwejupetschundchenk, it penetrates my heart 
Espan, Z., a raccoon. 



DICTIONARY. 35 

Espenni, lift it up. 

Esquande, door; entrance (threshold or place of en- 
trance ; not a door. A.). 
Esquo, not yet. 
Esquota, not yet. 

Esseni, stony, flinty ; (from ac/isin.) 
Etachgilowank, last winter. 
Etachginipink, last summer. 
Etek, where it is. 

Etschigapawin, to step between, to stand between. 
Etschihillat, mediator. 
E waken, to make use of; {eweheri . A.) 
Ewenikia, etc., who I am, etc. 
Ewochgehikan, stirring ladle. 



G. 



Gachene, if, whether. 

Gachgamun, roasted corn ; (alludes to the noise made 

in eating by crunching the grains. A.) 
Gachgamuniminschi, hoop-ash. 
Gachgenummen, to break off. 
Gachhachgik, wild bay. 
Gachkappawi, soon, early. 
Gachpallan, to pull somebody out of the water; {goch- 

penna. A.) 



36 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

Gachpattejeu, southeast; (there are now no expressions 
for such divisions of the compass. A.) 

Gachpattejewink, toward the southeast. 

Gachpees, twin. 

Gachpilgussowagan, binding, tying. 

Gachsasu, dried. 

Gachsummen, to dry. 

Gachtalquot, it is to be wished, it is desirable. 

Gachtelawossin, to be dry for thirst; (gac/ifoseu. A.) 

Gachten, dry. 

Gachti, almost nearly ; close by ; tvsami, almost too 
much. 

Gachtin, year. 

Gachtingetsch, next year ; {gachtvige' . A.) 

Gachtonalen, to persecute, to seek to kill; {^gachto sig- 
nifies wish or desire. Like gatotamen. A.) 

Gachtonquoam, to be sleepy ; (radical is — quoam, refer- 
ring to sleep. A?) 

Gachto'tam, to desire, to lust. 

Gadhammawachtowagan, last will, testament, 

Gagachgelunen, Z., to tell lies. 

Gagachti, almost, very near. 

Gagiuhokewagan, deceit. 

Gagiwanantpehellan, to be dizzy; to be giddy in the 
head. 

Gagun, stocking ; (legging. A) 

Gahan, shallow; low water (not in use. A"). 

Gahowes, mother ; [g'ichk, my mother. A.) 



DICTIONARY. 37 

Gakelunenhen, to make to a liar. 
Gakloltowagan, quarrel, dispute. 
Gakpitschehellat, Z., a madman, a fool (a fool. A^. 
Gamenowinenk, on the other side of the great sea. 
Gamunk, over there, on the other side of the river, over 

the water; {gamifik. A.) 
Gandhatton, to hide, to conceal ; n' danthallen hackcy , Z., 

I hide myself in the earth. 
Gandhikan, setting pole ; (a pole with which to push a 

boat. A) 
Gangamattok, bad action, bad behavior; (out of use. 

a:) 

Ganschala'muin, to cry out. 
Ganschapuchk, big rock ; (a boulder. A?^ 
Ganschapuchken, rocky, full of rocks. 
Ganschelalogen, to do great wonders. 
Ganschelalogewagan, wonderful work. 
Ganschelendam, to wonder, to be surprised. 
Ganschewen, to roar, to make a great noise ; [guansche- 

zuell. A.) 
Ganschhittaquot, it makes a terrible noise. 
Ganschilallogen, to perform a miracle. 
Ganschinaquot, it is surprising. 

Gashikan, dishclout; (a skin or cloth for rubbing. A.) 
Gasihhillen, to decay, to fade. 
Gaskhamen, Z., to notch. 

Gatatam, to want, to desire ; gatotamen, Z., to long for. 
Galon, to hide, to conceal. 



38 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

Gatschiechtowagan, mystery, secret, 
Gattamen, to desire, to long for. 
Gattati, come ! be willing ! well ! 
Gatti, near, almost. 

Gattonachsin, to persecute, to seek to kill. 
Gattopuin, to hunger, to be hungry. 
Gattosomuin, to thirst, to be thirsty. 
Gattungwam, Z, sleepy, drowsy (arch., A.). 
Gauwin, to sleep. 
Gauwoheen, to lie down to sleep. 
Gawi, Z., the hedgehog ; pi., gawiak. 
Gawunsch, Z., briars {gaivinsch. A.). 
Gawunschuwitschik, gooseberries. 
Gebtschaat, foolish fellow, clown. 
Gechgauwiwink, Z., a bed. 
Gechgelandamink, bridle-bit. 
Gechkschutteek, Z., an oven (a stone. A). 
Gechpilgussowoagan, Z., a knot. 
Geeschtek, hot. 

Gegachxis, lizard (not in use. See tncchque. A\ 
Gegau'wink, bed. 
Gegekhoat, thy'chosen, thy elect. 
Gegekhuntschik, the elect, the chosen. 
Gegepchoat, the deaf; a deaf person. 
Gegepinquot, blind ; a blind person. 
Gegeyjumhen, to rule, to reign. 
Gegeyjumhet, ruler, governor, head chief. 
Gegeyjumhewagan, rule, government. 



DICTIONARY. 39 

Gegochbisik, Z, a belt, a girdle ; {gochbisink. A.) 

Gekschiechtigehend, washing tub. 

Gektemagelemuwi, merciful. 

Gektemagelowagan, mercy. 

Gelackelendam, Z., levity. 

Gelantpepisit, tied about the head. 

Gelelendamen, to be of opinion. 

Gelen'nin, to take hold; (or, to hold in the hand. A.) 

Geliechhammen, to sow, to stitch. 

Gellenummen, to take along. 

Gelohittamen, to disbelieve. 

Genachgihan, to take care of somebody; {^genachgelia. 

A.) 
Genachgihat, overseer; preserver. 
Genachgiton, to take care of 
Genam, to thank. 
Genamoagan, thank. 
Genamuwi, thankful, grateful. 
Gendachgussin, to climb up ; {gelachgusi. A.) 
Gendatehundin, to drive in a'nail. 
Gendelemuxin, to be condemned. 
Gendelemuxowagan, condemnation, damnation. 
Gendelendam, to condemn. 
Gendelinget, he that condemneth. 
Gendowen, Sunday; {/it., a day of worship. A.) 
Gendowewagan, week. 
Gendowewuniwi gischquik, Sunday. 
Gendsitaja, ball of the foot ; (hollow of the foot. A.) 



40 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

Gendsitat, ball of the foot; (as above. A.) 

Gentgeen, Z., to dance {^gintkaan. A.). 

Gentsch, a little while ago; — linitti, just now, not long 

ago. 
Geptschat, H., a fool ; pi., schik. 
Geschiechek, pure, holy ; (///., washed ; not used now in 

a moral sense, y^.) 
Geschiechsit, pure, holy ; (as above. A)) 
Geschiechton, to wash. 
Geschtek, ripe, done, cooked. 
Geskundhak, pumpkin; (out of use. A?) 
Getaam, Z., the hazel nut. 
Getanittowit, Great Creator, God ; (rather, the great 

spirit, y^.) 
Getisgamen, to drive out; {ge'tsche'gamen. A) 
Getschachgenummen, to loosen, to untie. 
Getschihillalan, to betray somebody; (out of use. A.) 
Getschihillalittin, to betray each other. 
Getschihillalowet, traitor. 
Gettemageleman, to help somebody, to relieve some 

one, to compassionate some person. 
Gettemagelemuxowagan, the being shown mercy, 

favor, tenderness. 
Gettemagelensin, to be humble. 
Gettemagelensit, one that is humble. 
Gettemagelensitawan, to humble one's self before 

somebody. 
Gettemagelensuwi, humble. 



DICTIONARY. 41 

Gettemagelentin, to be kind to each other, to be mer- 
ciful toward one another. 

Gettemagelin, to be merciful. 

Gettemagelowagan, mercy. 

Gettemagelowaganit, he who is merciful. 

Gettemageluwi, merciful. 

Gettemaki, poor, miserable. 

Gettemakitschitanengussin, to be a miserable slave. 

Gettemaxin, to be poor, to be miserable. 

Getteminak, fortunate, happy ; (not in use. A.) 

Getteminakuwagan, felicity, happiness, gladness. 

Gewit, sleeper. 

Gichgehhelleu, a fowl with young ones. 

Gichtamen, Z., to be lazy; {^gichtdineneu, he is lazy. A) 

Giechgi, near by, close by, toward. 

Giechgigawachtowagan, nearness. 

Gigauwinasu, Z., borrowed (not in use. A^. 

Gigischquik, this day past. 

Gigitowalan, to speak with somebody, to talk to some 
one. 

Gigitschimuis, summer duck. 

Gihim, to encourage, to admonish. 

Gihiman, to admonish somebody, to exhort some one. 

Gilkissin, to laugh; [achgilkissin. A.) 

Ginanikamen, to have good, sharp teeth. 

Gintsch, a little while ago, if; (after negat.) unless, 
except ; — linitti, a little while ago, directly, presently. 

Gintschglennin, to push. 

D 



42 LENAPfe-ENGLISH 

Gintschimuin, to sound, to crow. 
Gintschtschingussit, messenger. 
Gintschtschinman, to send somebody; (to appoint 

somebody. A.) 
Gischachgeniman, to judge somebody. 
Gischachgenindewagan, impeachment, accusation. 
Gischachgenutasu, concluded, settled, determined, 
Gischachgenutemen, to conclude. 
Gischachpoanhe, the bread is done baking. 
Gischachsoagan, enlightening, shining. 
Gischachsummen, to enlighten. 
Gischachtek, clear, light. 
Gischachteu, it is clear, light. 
Gischalo'gen, to finish a work. 
Gischambeso, bound, tied. 
Gischamocholheu, the canoe is finished. 
Gischapan, daylight, daybreak. 

Gischatschimolsin, to have resolved, to have decreed. 
Gischeleman, to create with the mind. 
Gischelemuxit, creature. 
Gischelendam, to hatch or meditate something good or 

bad ; to lie. 
Gischelendamen, to make, to cause. 
Gischenachk, the fence is finished. 
Gischenaxin, to be ready, to be prepared. 
Gischgu, day. 

Gischguniwi, by day, in the daytime. 
Gischhakihen, to be done planting. 



DICTIONARY. 43 

Gischhatteu, ready. 

Gischhittelawan, to hit somebody. 

Gischiechen, to be ready, to be done, to be finished. 

Gischigachink, grounded. 

Gischigin, to be born ; (to ripen, to mature. A.) 

Gischigu, born. 

Gischihan, to create with the hands, to make something. 

Gischikenammen, to increase, to produce fruit. 

Gischikewagan, Z., procreation, reproduction. 

Gischikheu, to finish a house, to make a house ready, 

to put a house in order. 
Gischileu, it has proved true. 
Gischipenauwelendam, to have considered, to have 

made up one's mind, to be ready. 
Gischitehen, to be determined. 
Gischiton, to make ready, to prepare, to finish. 
Gischkschagokan, saw. 
Gischkschagotamen, to saw. 
Gischkschasgokan, scythe, sickle. 
Gischkschummen, to cut with a knife. 
Gischquik, day. 
Gischquike, by day. 
Gischuch, sun, month. 

Gischuchwipall, sunbeams, rays of the sun. 
Gischuteu, warm, lukewarm. 
Gischuwalheu, ready packed, ready laden. 
Gischuweu, warm. 
Gischuwewick'wam, warm house. 



44 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

Gischuwikwamikat, warm house. 

Giskhammen, to chop. 

Giskhaquen, to cut with an axe, to chop. 

Gispuin, to be satisfied, to have eaten enough, 

Gissa ! exclamation of indignation. 

Gissai ! exclamation of indignation. 

Glakelendam, to be merry, to make sport; (to be 
excited. A.) 

Glatten, frozen. 

Glelendam, to be of opinion. 

Glikatepi, hobble; (girth of a saddle. A.) 

Glikatepiso, hobbled. 

Glikenikan, sumach. 

Glistam, to hearken, to listen. 

Glittonepi, bridle; (//>., tied in the mouth. A.) 

Gloltowalan, to maltreat somebody; to use some one 
ill ; (out of use. A.) 

Gluphokquen, to look back ; (from root ghipky back 
(adverb). A) 

Gluppiechton, to turn about. 

Gluppihilleu, turned about. 

Gluxu, Z., he laughs ; gliiksozuak, they laugh. 

Gochgachgaschowin, to swim over. 

Gochgahhellen, to overset. 

Gochpelolakan, canoe rope, boat line. 

Gochpiwi, from the water. 

Gochquoapetechin, the pulse ; {k'hokpetechm, the re- 
bounding, the pulsation. A}j 



DICTIONARY. 45 

Gock, wampum, money ; {keekq\ A.) 

Gohan ! yes, exclamation of approval ! 

Gojachti, for the most part, mostly, nearly; (arch., A.) 

Gokhos, owl ; (generic for any owl. A.) 

Gokhotit, little owl. 

Gomuus, Z., the neck (arch., now use ochquecanggan. A.). 

Gopens, about, thereabouts. 

Gophammen, H., to shut close. 

Goppachtenemen, to take out of the water. 

Goquehemen, to reject, repel, push back, repulse ; 

refuse, avert. 
Goschgosch, hog. 
Goschgoschigawan, hog sty. 
Goschgotit, little pig. 
Guhn, snow. 

Guka, Z., mamma, mother. 
Gulaqueen, good evening; {anixit gulaqueen, I am 

glad that you have lived till evening, y^.) 
Gull, shilling; [kquill. A.) 
Gulukochsiin, Z., a turkey cock (refers to the upright 

position taken by the fowl, but not now in use. A.). 
Gulukquihillan, to be lame ; (out of joint. A.) 
Gulukquot, lame ; (with a joint, or jointed. A.) 
Gunagen, to stay out long. 
Gunalachgat, deep. 
Gunammochk, otter. 

Gunaquot, long, tall, high ; (especially, high. A.) 
Gunaweke, yet, awhile. 



46 LENAPfe-ENGLISH 

Gunaxin, to be long, to be tall, to be high. 

Gunaxit, long, tall, high. 

Gundakan, throat. 

Gundaschees, watersnake. 

Gundassisku, deep mire, deep mud, 

Gundassiskuju, deeply marshy. 

Gunelendam, to think it a long time; to think a thing 

long. 
Guneu, long. 
Gunigischuk, daily. 
Gunih, a long while. 
Guninschu, trough. 

Gunitpoquik, mighty ; (not in use. A.) 
Guntam, to swallow. 

Guntschitangen, to exhort, to admonish. 

Guntschitangewagan, admonition, exhortation. 

Gutginquechin, to look back. 

Gutgisgamen, to drive back. 

Gutgu, knee. 

Guthattachgat, single thread, untwisted. 

Guttandamen, to taste. 

Guttapachki, one hundred. 

Guttasch, six. 

Guttasch tcha pachki, six hundred. 

Guttasch tche nachke, sixty. 

Giittenummen, to take off, to pull off. 

Guttgennemen, to return something, to give back. 

Ganschiechsin, to cry aloud. 



DICTIONARY. 47 

H. 

Ha, ha ! exclamation of laughter. 

Hackialachgat, Z, a cellar. 

Hagiach, Z., beans, earth-beans. 

Haken, coal ; (not in use. A.) 

Hakey, body, self; {w'hakey, his body; always with pos- 
sessive pron. A^ 

Hakeyiwi, bodily, corporeal. 

Haki, earth, ground. 

Hakiachxit, bean. 

Hakihakan, field, plantation. 

Hakihen, to plant, to farm. 

Hakihet, planter, farmer ; {ek'hakihet. A.) 

Hakink, under; — untschi, from below. 

Hallachpis, Z, wild hemp. 

Hallemiwi, eternal, eternally. 

Hallepangel, barrel, cask (not a native word. A') 

Haniqus, ground squirrel ; (any kind of squirrel. A) 

Hapichque, Z, a rib {ppichque, a rib; opochquan, all 
the ribs. A). 

Happa, yet a little while ; a little longer. 

Happachpoon, chair; saddle; bench; seat. 

Happenikan, pincers. 

Happi, with it, in the bargain. 

Happis, a band for carrying burdens. 

Haschawije, square; {lit., many corners; schaweje, one 
corner, a square corner. A.) 



48 lenIp^-english 

Haschi, ever.^at any time. 

Hattape, bow. 

Hattawaniminschi, dogwood; (not now used. See 

taquachhakaniminslii. A.) 
Hattees, sinew. 
Hattelii, having. 
Hatten, he has, it is there. 

Hatton, to put, to place, to fix; (to put in a place. A.) 
He, he ! exclamation of laughter. 
Helleniechsin, to speak the Indian language ; (from 

lenno, man. A^ 
Hempsigawan, Z., a tent. 

Hickachquon, shin ; {w'ichkachqiwtt, his shin bone. A.) 
Higihhillen, the water falls, abates. 
Hikan, ebb tide ; (at the ending of the flow. A.) 
Hikpesemen, to boil water in till dry. 
Hilleu, commonly. 
Hitguttit, little tree. 
Hittandelitewagan, instruction. 
Hittuk, tree; (the prefix M' is necessary. See Meliit- 

tuk. A) 
Ho, exclamation of vociferation. 

Hobbenis, turnip ; {lit, a small tuber, potato, etc. A.) 
Hob'bin, A., a potato. 
Hoh, exclamation of surprise. 
Hoh, exclamation of joy. 
Hohoh, exclamation of joy. 



DICTIONARY. 49 

Hokes, bark of a tree; (some particular bark not now 

known. The usual word is anschuin. A.) 
Hokeyall, himself. 
Hokquoan, pothook; a chain. 
Hokunk, above, above the earth ; — //, upward ; — untschi, 

from above. 
Hogs, kettle, pot. 
Hopexu, kidney; hope'xuac, pi., Z. (not in use. See 

toteloos. A.) 
Hopikan, rib; {ppichqiiai. A. S^q hapichque) 
Hopiquon, foreshoulder. 
Hopoakan, a pipe for smoking ; (arch.. A) 
Hopochquan, side. 
Huh ! exclamation of vociferation. 
Hukqui, chin ; {w'ikqui, his chin, yi.) 
Hukquomilan, hail ; {mukquomelan. A.) 
Hummak, Z., head lice. 
Huppeechk, rain worm. 
Husca, very; — mcheli, very much ; {husca, wisca, properly 

means new ; kange, is very, as kange wiilit, very good. A.) 
Huscateek^ very much, very much so. 



I. 

Ichauweleman, to let somebody have the preference. 
Ichauwelendam, to prefer; {tachaiiwelendain,\.o desire 
to give one an advantage. A}j 



50 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

Ichauwi, rather. 

Ihiabtschi, still, to this time. 

Ihih ! exclamation of grief. 

Ijabtschi, yet, still, nevertheless, however. 

Ika, there, yonder; — talli, there, over there; — untschi, 

from there, thence; {nellak, is used locatively with 

these terminations, not ika. A) 
Ikali, thither; {nellakli' . A.) 
Ikalissi, further, still further; still more. 
Ikalitti, a little further. 
Ikih ! exclamation of grief 
Ilau, //., a war chief; (properly, a man of valor, one 

experienced in war, not necessarily a chief A.) 
Hi, however, nevertheless, still, yet, though; — matta, not 

even, allowi matta, let alone ; — wsanii, quite too. 
Ink (suffix), in, in the, on, out of 
Iwi ! exclamation of grief 



J. 

Jagatamoewi Gischuch, July ; (from amoe — honey bee 

month. A) 
Jaga'wan, hut, house; (not in use. A}j 
Jahellaap, net of yarn ; (not now known. A}) 
Janewi, always, at all times. 
Japeechen, along shore, along the bank, on the river 

side. 



DICTIONARY. 51 

Japewi, on the bank, at the edge ; a high bank. 

Jawi, on one side. 

Jechauwelendam, to love better, to prefer; (see Ichau- 

welendam)) 
Ju, exclamation of joy. 
Ju, well ! 
Ju, here, hither; — endalauchsit, man; — shaki, so far as 

here; — talli, just here ; — undack, this side ; — jmdachqui, 

here, hither, this way ; — wuntschi, from hence, for that 

reason, therefore. 
Juch, well ! 
Juchnall, hither. 
Juchnook, well ! 

Juchta, now (used in petitioning or interrogating). 
Juhuh ! exclamation used in calling. 
Juk, these. 
Juke, now, ^xts^n\\y \—gischquik, to-day; — likhiqui, at 

this time, about the present Wm^^—petschi, till now, 

hither; — untschi, henceforth. 
Jukella ! ah ! oh that ! would that ! 
Juketeek ! oh that ! 
Jukik, these. 
Julak, there. 
Jullik, these. 

Jun, here; through here; there; this one; — talli, here. 
Juque, now. 



52 LENAPfe-ENGLISII 

K. 

Kaak, wild goose ; {kaag'. A.) 

Kajah ! wonderful ! exclamation of wonder. 

Kakey, thyself. 

Katschi, don't, let it alone ! (doubtful. A) 

Katschiwoak, besides, further, again. 

Keecha ? how much? 

Keechen, a few times. 

Keechi ? how much ? (how many? A) 

Keechitti, a little. 

Keechoguni ? how long ? 

Kehella ! yes ! exclamation of approval ! 

Kekschittek, a stove. 

Kepe, thou also, thou too. 

Kepene, we also; {ki lonawitsch, the form ke in these 

words is not in use. A}) 
Kepewo, ye also, you too. 
Kepoak, they also. 
Ki, thou. 

Kichgematgeu, Z., a thief. 
Kichkinet, Z., a guide (from kichkican, a mark or sign ; 

kichkinet, one who understands the marks. -<4.). 
Kigin'amen, to know, to be acquainted with. 
Kiginolewagan, sign, token. 
Kigischgotum, green grasshopper. 
Kih ! exclamation of pain. 



DICTIONARY. 53 

Kihhican, Z., a boundary (a line, a mark. A}). 
Kihneu, sharp, biting, harsh, jealous; (means sharp, 

only. A) 
Kihnhammen, to sharpen, to grind. 
Kihnhanschikan, grindstone ; {kihnhican, a sharpener. 

A.) 

Kihnsu, sharp, biting, harsh, jealous, 

Kikape, a single man ; a bachelor, 

Kikechum, the mother (of beasts) ; (properly, a female 

animal without a mate. A) 
Kikehuwet, physician. 
Kiken, to mend in health, to grow better. 
Kikewagan, cure, life ; (///., the means of getting better 

in health. A) 
Kikey, old, aged ; {kikes, adults, older people. A.) 
Kikeyihen, to lend ; kigaihil, Z. (not in use. y^.) 
Kikeyin, to be old, to be aged. 
Kikeyjumhet, elder, chief man. 
Kikeyochqueu, elderly woman. 
Kikochques, a single woman, 
Kiluna, we (including the party speaking and the party 

spoken to). 
Kiluwa, ye or you, 
Kimi, secretly. 

Kiminachsin, to murder secretly. 
Kiminachsoagan, murder, assassination. 
Kiminachsu, a secret murderer. 
Kiminalitten, to assassinate. 



54 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

Kimiwipengeen, Z., to commit adultery {lit, to sleep 
secretly together, y^.), 

Kimixin, to go from some place secretly. 

Kimochwen, to steal away privately. 

Kinhican, Z., a grindstone. 

Kinhochkus, pike fish. 

Kipachgiminschi, upland hickory; (species of oak. 
A) 

Kitschganinaquot, convenient. 

Kitschgansowagan, convenience, commodiousness. 

Kitschii, verily, truly ; (great, very. A') 

Kitschikele, yes, it is true; (incorrect; ele is a superla- 
tive form, and could not be used with kitschi. A.) 

Kitschinipen, summer, June. 

Kitschitachquoak, autumn month, September. 

Kitschi^vi, certainly, truly, verily. 

Kittachpanschi, spar, rafter; (any large piece of timber ; 
from pantschiy timber. A^ 

Kittahikan, great sea, ocean. 

Kittakima, great king ; (the word sakima, of which this 
is a compound, is no longer used. A.) 

Kittan, great river ; (arch., kitseepu would be used now. 
A) 

Kittapachki, thousand. 

Kittaptonen, to affirm, to assure. 

Kittelendam, to be in earnest. 

Kittelendamwagan, earnest. 

Kittelinsch, thumb. 



DICTIONARY. 55 

Kitthukquewulinschawon, thumb. 

Kittoaltewall, great ships, 

Kittuteney, great city. 

Kiwikaman, to visit somebody, 

Kiwiken, to visit; (/zV., thy-house-going; not now used. 

A.) 
Klahikan, trap, 

Klakaptonaganall, Z., an amusing tale, 
Klakauchso\vagan, divertisement, light-mindedness ; 

(from gluxsu, he laughs.) 
Klakelendam, to be rakish, to be extravagant, to be 

dissolute, to be a good-for-nothing fellow, 
Klamachpin, to be quiet, to sit still, 
Klamhattenamin, to be of a calm mind. 
Klamhattenamoagan, calmness of mind, 
Klammiechen, to be still, not to progress, 
Klampeechen, still water. 
Kloltin, to quarrel, to contend ; (to use bad words to each 

other, A}j 
Kloltowagan, quarrel, dispute. 
Klunewagan, Z., a lie, a falsehood, 
Knattemihi, Z., lend me. 
Kolku, what, something; what? — c^/, what may it be? — 

tani? what then? — untschi, for what reason, why; — 

wuntschi, vi\vy \ {queq / A.) 
Kombachquall, leaves, foliage. 
Komelendam, to be free from trouble or care ; (not in 

use. A.) 



06 LENAPfe-ENGLISH 

Kommot, to steal. 

Kommotgen, stolen. 

Kommothaken, to steal something out of a field. 

Kopachkan, thick. 

Kopachkisse, thick. 

Kotschemunk, out of doors, out of this place; without; 

abroad ; {quotsch' mink. A.) 
Kpahasu, locked up, shut up, caught. 
Kpahi, shut the door ; {kpali'hi' . A.) 
Kpahikan, stopper; a cover or lid. 
Kpahon, door. 

Kpahotink, prison ; [keli' pahotink. A.) 
Kpaskhasu, stopped. 
Kpatten, frozen over; frozen shut. 
Kpiktschehican, Z., a cover, a lid. 
Kpitschchikan, breech of a gun, 
Kpitscheu, unruly, foolish behaved. 
Kpitschewagan, foolishness. 
Ksakpatton, to make wet. 
Kschachan, the wind blows hard. 
Kschahepakandamen, to beat hard. 
Kschamamquo, grievous, troublesome. 
Kschamehhellan, to run fast. 
Kschaptonalan, to use somebody ill, to abuse some 

one. 
Kschatey, tobacco ; achzvan Kschatey, strong tobacco. 
Kschatteechen, beaten road, path. 
Kschiechanittowit, Holy God. 



DICTIONARY. 57 

Kschiechauchsowagan, holiness, innocence. 

Kschiechek, clean. 

Kschiechelendam, to think one's self from stain ; to 
think one's self sinless ; to think that one is holy. 

Kschiechelensin, to believe to be blameless, to believe 
to be holy. 

Kschiechen, to wash. 

Kschiechen, clean. 

Kschiechgochgihillen, to bleed fast. 

Kschiechhensin, to wash one's self. 

Kschiechi, clear. 

Kschiechihin, to make clean. 

Kschiechpecat, clear water. 

Kschiechsin, to be clean. 

Kschiechton, to wash, to cleanse. 

Kschihillen, to go fast, to go swiftly. 

Kschikan, knife ; {pachschika?i. A) 

Kschilan, it rains hard. 

Kschilandeke, summer. 

Kschilandeu, very hot weather ; (///., much sunshine. 

. A.) 

Kschipasques, green grasshopper. 

Kschippehellen, the water flows rapidly; strong cur- 
rent. 

Kschipsin, to have the itch. 
Kschipsit, one that has the itch. 
Kschite, broth ; [kschite, the i long. A.) 
Kschitten, warm, hot. 

E 



58 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

Kschiwineu, it snows very thick. 

Kschochwen, to walk fast. 

Kschuppan, blunt, dull. 

Ksinachpin, to be at leisure. 

Ksinelendam, to be easy, to be without care. 

Ksinhattenamin, to be of an indifferent heart and 

mind. 
Ksinhattenamoagan, indifference, calmness. 
Ksukquamallsin, to be perplexed, to be in anguish of 

mind ; {ksakquelendam, thou art perplexed. A.) 
Ksukquamallsoagan, perplexity, mental anguish. 
Ksukquinaquot, heavy in a manner. 
Ksukquon, heavy; hard, difficult; hardly. 
Ktakan, another; otherwise, in another manner. 
Ktemakauchsoagan, poor, miserable life. 
Ktemaki, poor, miserable, infirm. 
Ktemakiechin, to lie sick in a poor condition. 
Ktemaque, beaver ; {amochk. Z.) 
Ktemaxin, to be poor, to be miserable; to be poorly. 
Ktschihillalan, to betray somebody. 
Ktschillachton, to make known, to make manifest,".to 

speak the truth. 
Ktschimine, as soon as. 
Ktschin, to go out ; {acktschm, impers. A.) 
Ktschinquehhellen, the sun rises. 
Ktschiqwagan, gun drawer. 
Ktscholtin, to come out of church. 
Ktschukquihhilleu, it moves, it stirs. 



DICTIONARY. 59 

Ktschukquilques, Z., grasshopper (///., it moves in the 

grass. A}). 
Ktukin, to turn back; (probably an error for k'tokkin, to 

wake up. A.) 
KuUuppi, Z., to convert {lit, to turn. A). 
Kunhaffun, Z., to polish, to grind, to sharpen. 
Kutschin, to come out of the house. 
Kuwe, pine; (see Cuwe.) 
Kuweuchak, pine wood, pine logs. 
Kuwewanik, red squirrel. 



L. 

Lachauweleman, to be concerned for somebody. 
Lachauwelendam, to be concerned for something ; to 

be troubled in mind. 
Lachauwelendamen, to take care of, to be concerned 

for. 
Lachauwelendamoagan, concern. 
Lachauwiechen, to hinder. 
Lachenendowagan, release, loosening. 
Lachenummen, to untie, to loosen. 
Lachgalaan, Z., to anger. 
Lachgaman, to treat somebody ill. 
Lachkan, sharp tasted. 
Lachpiechsin, to speak fast. 
Lachpihhilleu, it goes fast, it moves swiftly. 



60 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

Lachpikin, to grow fast. 

Lachwegegquoakan, harrow. 

Lachxowi'lenno, Z., captain (one experienced in war. 

a:). 

Lachxu, Z., a fishing rod. 

Lachxuagan, Z., anger. 

Lakenindewagan, accusation. 

Laktschehellan, to jump over, to leap over. 

Lakusin, to climb up ; n'gejidachgtisi, I cHmb up. 

Lalchauchsitaja, fork of the toes; {w'lhauchsitan. A.) 

Lalchauwulinschaja, fork of the fingers. 

Lalenikan, scour grass ; {Eqiiisehan hyemale. B.) 

Lalhan, to scrape something; (to rub, to polish. A) 

Lalhaquoakan, drawing knife. 

Lalschin, to cut smooth, to make even. 

Lamowo, downward, slanting. 

Landawen, it runs up, it climbs up, it spins up; (not in 

use. A.) 
Langan, easy, light, not heavy. 
Langoma, Z., kinsman. 
Langomuwinaxin, to look friendly. 
Langundowagan, peace. 
Langundowi, peaceable, peaceful; (without the prefixed 

w this word means relationship. A) 
Langundowits'chik, Z., kindred, relatives. 
Lapechikan, plough. 
Lapeechton, to tune an instrument. 
Laphaken, to replant. 



DICTIONARY. 61 

Laphatton, to restore, to repair, to replace ; {lapachton, 

to replace. ^.) 
Lappi, again, once moxQ\—tchen, as much again. 
Lappiechsin, to repeat, to say over. 
Lappilennin, to come together again, to be together 

again. 

Laptonachgat, meaning of the word, signification of the 
word. 

Laptonasu, Z., commanded (bridled, held by the mouth 
A). 

Laschimuin, to dream; (not in use. A. Now hmgamen) 
Laschinummen, A., to see at a glance or for a moment. 
Latschachken, to treat. 
Latschessowagan, goods, merchandise. 
Latschessowen, to enjoy riches ; to possess. 
Lattoniken, to search, to examine. 
Lauchpoame, middle of the thigh. 
Lauchsin, to live, to walk; (to live in a certain manner; 

to walk morally or otherwise, not literally. ^.) 
Lauchsohalid, he who makes me live. 
Lauchsoheen, to make live, to make walk, to cause to 

be lively, to make happy. 
Lauchsowagan, behavior, life. 
Lauhakamike, middle of a piece of ground. 
Lawachto, worth, value. 
Lawachtohen, to set a price. 
Lawachtowagan, price, value. 
Lawantpe, crown of the head. 



62 LENAPfe-ENGLISH 

Lawasgoteu, Z., a wide plain {lit., it is in the middle 
of a plain. A)). 

Lawat, long ago ; {laxvata. A.) 

Lawi, A., the middle, midst. 

Lawilowan, middle of winter; {lawilowank. A.) 

Lawitpikat, midnight. 

Lawochgalauwe, middle of the forehead. 

Lawulinsch, middle finger. 

Lechakquihhillen, it slackens. 

Lechauhanne, fork of a river. 

Lechauwak, fork ; division, separation. 

Lechauwaquot, a tree with a fork. 

Lechauwiechen, fork of a road. 

Lechewon, breath, air (from awon, mist. A.). 

Lehellechemhaluwet, he who giveth life. 

Lehellechen, to live, to breathe. 

Lehellechewagan, breath, life; {lehellachemhalgiin, Z., 
he saved my life.) 

Lehellemattachpink, chair, stool, bench. 

Lekau, sand, gravel. 

Lake, true. 

Lekhammen, to write. 

Lekhammewagan, debt ; [lekhammawachtoagan, an ac- 
count. Z)j 

Lekhasik, written. 

Lekhasu, written. 

Lekhikan, letter, epistle; book. 

Lekhiken, to write. 



DICTIONARY. 63 

Lekhiket, writer. 
Lelawi, halfway, in the middle. 
Lrclemin, to let, to suffer, to permit, to grant. 
Lelingen, to permit; to allow. 
Lemachdappit, he who sits here. 
Lemattachpin, to sit down. 
Lenape, Indian ; man. 
Lenapeuhoxen, Indian shoes. 
Lfenhacki, Z., upland (barren highlands. ^.). 
Lennahawanink, at the right hand, to the right. 
Lennamek, chop fish. 
Lenni, Z., genuine, pure, real, original. 
Lenni, hand it ; [linachke, Z., reach your hand.) 
Lenniga'wan, Z., a cabin (a common house, a tempo- 
rary shelter, a store room. A). 
Lennikbi, linden tree ( bark of the bass-wood tree. A.). 
Lennitti, a little while. 
Lenno, man ; pi., lennowak. 
Lennotit, little man. 
Lennowasquall, fern ; {lit., male fern.) 
Lennowechum, male of beasts. 
Lennowehellen, male of birds and fowls. 
Lennowinaquot, manfully. 
Lepakgik, those who weep, weepers. 
Lepakuwagan, weeping. 
Lepoatschik, wise men. 
Leppoewina, cunning man. 
Leu, true; it is so. 



64 LENAPfe-ENGLISH 

Lewehhelleu, it sounds. 

Li, to ; thither. 

Liechenan, to leave out. 

Liechenummen, to take off, to take down. 

Liechin, to lie down, to rest. 

Liechsowagan, language. 

Lihan, to do so to somebody. 

Likhikqui, now, about that time ; as soon as ; as, so as. 

Likhikquiechen, so as. 

Lilchpin, to be willing; to be diligent. 

Lileno, A., an office, one holding an office. 

Lilenowagan, custom, rule, law; (holding an office. 

A.) 
Limattachpanschi, rafter on the roof of a house. 
Linachgechtin, to lay hands to something. 
Linachken, to reach forth the hand. 
Linalittin, to fight ; (refers to the extent of the fight. 

A.) 
Linaquot, like unto ; as this, that or the other ; so, so 

as. 
Linaxu, like unto. 
Linchen, west wind. 
Lingihhillen, it thaws, it melts. 
Linhakamike, upland ; (see Lcnhacki^ 
Linkteu, it melts. 

Linnilenape, Indians of the same nation, Delawares. 
Linquechin, to look, to behold. 
Linschgan, finger. 



DICTIONARY. 65 

Linxasu, melted. 

Linxummen, to melt. 

Lippoe, experienced ; wise. 

Lissin, to be so; to do so; to be so situated, to be so 

disposed ; to act so. 
Litchen, to think ; to think so. 
Litchewagan, thought, sentiment, opinion. 
Littin, to say to each other, to say among themselves. 
Littonhen, to preach in such a manner. 
Liwamallsin, to mend, to grow better in health. 
Liwasnosqueu, overgrown with weeds. 
Liwasquall, weeds ; (any kind of grass or weeds ; 

generic. A.) 
Li\A^i, toward. 
Lfiwiechen, to rest. 
Lo ! see, behold ! 

Loaktschehellen, Z., it leaps, it jumps. 
Loamisso we, lately ; {lomisu. Z.) 
Loamoe, long ago, in olden times ; (not now used in 

this form. A.) 
Lochlogannechwin, to destroy. 
Logahhellan, to be discouraged, to give up. 
Logahhellen, discouraged ; (broken up. A.) 
Logahhellewagan, discouragement. 
Loganechwin, to throw down, to destroy. 
Logihilleu, it falls in. 

Logillachton, to tear, to destroy, to stop, to cease. 
Lohikan, forefinger; (/zV., the pointer. A) 



66 LENAPfi-ENGLISII 

Lohumanwan, to show somebody. 

Lokan, hip, thigh joint; {w'lokaii; the possessive must 

be used. A^ 
Lokat, flour; (something broken into bits; loken, flour. 

A.) 

Lokenummen, to tear in pieces, to pull apart. 

Lokhammen, bran, shorts. 

Lokschummen, to cut loose; {^.xq\\., pachschtunmen, is 

to cut loose ; lokschannien, to cut at the knot. A.) 
Longachsiss, cousin ; (error, a nephew. A) 
Lonquamwagan, a dream; [lungtvamen. Z.) 
Loquel ! see ! 
Lowan, winter. 
Lowanachen, north wind. 
LfOwaneu, northward, northerly, north ; {lowanewiink, 

in the north ; lowamie Lenape, Z., northern Indians.) 
Lowanneunk, northward. 
Lowilaan, the rain is over. 
Lowin, to pass by. 

Lowunsuagan, Z., a name. See luwunsuagan. 
Lowulen, it burns in a flame. 
Luchund, he is said to have said. 
Luejun, said. 
Luen, to say; (to give a definite sound of any kind. 

A) 
Luewagan, saying; (the giving a definite sound. A.) 
Lungwamen, Z., to dream. 
Lunk, or, Lunkus, Z., a cousin (error, a nephew. A). 



DICTIONARY. 67 

Luppoe, wisely. 

Luppoewagan, cunningness, vvittiness. 

Lusasin, to burn. 

Lusasu, burnt. 

Lussemen, to burn. 

Lussin, to burn. 

Luteu, it burns. 

Liiwunsu, called, named. 

Liiwunsuagan, the na.mQ ; {ICocu ktellihisi? Z. What 

is thy name? Kocu lowiinsu wikimat ? What is thy 

wife's name ?) 

M. 

Ma, here take it, there it is. 

Maag, Z., female genitals. 

Macheleman, to esteem somebody, to value some one, 

to honor some one, to praise somebody. 
Machelemoachgeniman, to honor and praise somebody, 

to glorify some one. 
Machelemoachgenimgussowagan, the receiving of 

honor and praise. 
Machelemoachgenindewagan, praise, glory, 
Machelemuwi, honorable, precious. 
Machelemuxit, he that is honored. 
Machelemuxowagan, honor. 
Machelendam, to esteem, to value, to honor, to esteem 

it an honor. 



68 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

Machelendamoagan, esteem, high value. 
Machelensin, to be high minded, to be proud. 
Machelensowagan, pride. 
Macheli, much, many; (or, chcli. A.) 
Macheu, great, large. 
Machgachk, Z., a pumpkin. 
Machgeuachgook, Z., copper snake. 
Machiechsin, to speak loud. 
Machkachsin, Z., copper. 
Machkachtawunge, red bank of a river. 
Machkachten, coal of fire. 

Machkajappan, Z.,the aurora, dawn (alludes to the red- 
ness of the morning sky. A.). 

Machkalett, rusty. 

Machkalingus, sunfish. 

Machkametank, stream of a reddish color. 

Machkanachkteu, twilight. 

Machkasgachteyat, red-bellied snake. 

Machkassin, brick. 

Machkelechen, red looking. 

Machkenummen, to pull off, to take off. 

Machkeu, red ; {inachkipachgihilleu, Z, the leaves (of the 
trees) turn red (in the autumn). See Combach.) 

Machkewehhellachtikan, flag, banner. 

Machkhattachquall, red yarn, red thread. 

Machkigen, Z., the white thorn. 

Machkikeniminschi, thorn bush. 

Machkipachgihhilleu, the leaves grow red. 



DICTIONARY. 69 

Machkten, twilight; (redness of sky. A.) 

Machque, bear. 

Machquigen, plenty of bears. 

Machquin, to swell. 

Machquissin, to be swelled. 

Machquissu, swelled. 

Machtagen, to fight. 

Machtageoagan, war, fighting. 

Machtakeniman, to accuse somebody, to speak ill of 

some one. 
Machtakenimgussin, to be ill spoken of. 
Machtakenindewagan, bad accusation. 
Machtalappajo, bad morning weather. 
Machtalipachquall, bad shoes. 
Machtallogagan, bad, wicked servant. 
Machtallogasowagan, wicked act ; sinful deed. 
Machtalohumauwan, to direct somebody the wrong 

way. 
Machtamallsin, to be sick. 
Machtamellessuwi, indisposed, sick. 
Machtando, devil ; {inachtan' to , a shortened form of 

machti-manitto. A?) 
Machtandowagan, devilishness. 

Machtandowinenk, Z., hell ; {lit., among the devils, y^.) 
Machtapamukquot, dusky, dark. 

Machtapan, bad, stormy weather; unpleasant morning, 
Machtapeek, bad time, war time. 
Machtapequonitto, evil spirit. 



70 LENAPfe-ENGLISH 

Machtaptonen, to speak uncivilly, to talk roughly, to 
use bad language. 

Machtatenamen, lo be unfortunate, to be unhappy, to 
be displeased ; to be discontented, to be dissatisfied. 

Machtatenamoagan, unhappiness, discontent. 

Machtatenamohen, to make unhappy, to make dis- 
satisfied. 

Machtatenamuwi, unhappy, discontented, 

Machtatschahen, to u.se somebody ill, to treat some 
one badly. 

Machtauchsin, to sin; {lit., bad life. A) 

Machtauchsowagan, sin, 

Machtauchsuwi, sinful. 

Machtenalittin, to fight, to fight with each other, to 
fight a battle. 

Machtississu, bad, ugly; dirty looking. 

Machtissu, bad, ugly. 

Machtit, bad, ill. 

Machtitso, bad, ill, 

Machtittonhen, to abuse, to scold. 

Machtiwitti, very little. 

Machtonquoan, to have a bad dream. 

Machtschihillen, spoiled, corrupted. 

Machtschikamik, hole, grave. 

Machtschikamikunk, Z., a burial place. 

Machtschikbiak, papaw tree ; {lit., red fruit tree, ^.) 

Machtschileu, bad action, troublesome time. 



DICTIONARY. 71 

Machtschilissit, sinner. 

Machtschilokes, leather'string. 

Machtschiluppoat, hypocrite. 

Machtschiluppoewagan, hypocrisy. 

Machtschimaquot, ill flavored, nasty smelled. 

Machtschipak, shoe ; {machtsin, whence moccasin. A) 

Machtschipoquot, ill tasted, of a disagreeable taste. 

Machtschitehewagan, wickedness. 

Machtu, bad. 

Machtumbink, dung. 

Machxitachpoan, bread mixed with beans. 

Machxummen, to dye red. 

Magami, early ; {inajapowi. A.) 

Mahallamagen, to sell. 

Mahellis, flint; {inaliales. Z) 

Mahematschehellat, cock of a gun lock. 

Mahonink, H., at the deer-lick. 

Majauchsin, to be of one mind. 

Majauchsohen, to make of one mind. 

Majauchsowagan, union, unity, agreement. 

Majauchsu, one person, a certain one; (one alone. A.) 

Majauchsuwi, of one mind, united. 

Majauchsuwin, to be of one mind. 

Majawat, one, only one. 

Majawi, right, straight, proper; alone, simple; — wulit, 

best. 
Majawiechen, it is right, it is as it should be ; it agrees, 

it suits, it harmonizes, it corresponds. 



72 LENAP6-ENGLISH 

Majawiechton, to do orderly, to do properly, to com- 
pare. 

Majawihillen, it is right, it is as it should be. 
Majewelendam, to be fixed in purpose, to be settled in 
mind. 

Makesinnan, to shoe somebody; (see machtschipak) 

Makhaquoakan, grubbing hoe. 

Maksaweek, Aaron root {Rhus cotimis? Z) 

Mallachsche, as if, as it were, like unto. 

Mallachxit, bean ; (the ordinary term. A) 

Mallaluns, iron wood (a sort of beech). 

Malliku, witchcraft; (out of use at present; machtanha, 

one is bewitched. A) 
Mallikuwagan, witchcraft. 
Mallsannuk, arrow, flint. 
Mamachtachaweju, weakly. 
Mamachtapewi, Z., naughty, bad. 
Mamachtaptonagan, wicked language, vile talk; rough 

speaking. 
Mamachtschiman, to revile somebody, to reproach 

some one, to insult somebody. 
Mamachtschimgussowagan, the being insulted. 
Mamalachgook, striped snake, 
Mamalekhikan, writing, letter, book ; (///., in crooked 

lines or stripes ; applied to handwriting. A.) 
Mamalis, fawn, young deer. 
Mamalunquan, sort of stinging fly. 
Mamawon, eyebrow. 



DICTIONARY. 73 

Mamchachwelendam, to suffer, to endure pain. 
Mamchachwelendamoagan, suffering, torment. 
Mamelandamen, to vomit. 
Mamguckcu, Z., a plain without trees, a prairie (error; 

rather a plain with large trees. A}). 
Mamiechanessin, to be ashamed. 
Mamintschim, to praise. 

Mamintschimgussowagan, the being praised. 
Mamintschindewagan, praise. 
Mamintschindin, to praise, to give glory. 
Mamschalan, to remember somebody. 
Mamschalgussowagan, the being remembered, remem- 
brance. 
Mamschaltin, to keep each other in remembrance. 
Mamtschitsch, the last time, lastly. 
Mamtschitschi, the last time, at last. 
Mamukowagan, destruction, perdition; (refers especially 

to a fatal accident. A}) 
Manachewagan, the]cutting of fire wood. 
Manask, second crop. 

Manasuagan, Z., jealousy (especially sexual jealousy. A^). 
Mandoman, to blame somebody. 
Mandomgussin, to^be blamed. 
Mandundewagan, blame, imputation. 
Manejeu, it profits little, it contains but little. 
Maniton, to make ; nm mattineto, Z., I make ; ki k'malleii- 
ito, thou makest (arch., nulitton, I make, ktditton, etc. 
A). 
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74 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

Manitto, maker, Creator, God ; (properly, spirit, not 

maker. A.) 
Manittowah'alaan, Z., to bewitch. 
Manittowihak, steel. 
Mannachen, to chop wood. 
Mannachet, wood cutter. 
Manoquen, to scalp. 
Manoquenasu, scalped {^nanoquala, one who is scalped. 

A). 
Manschasqueen, to mow, to reap. 
Manschasquoakan, scythe. 
Manschawileu, wonderful. 
Mantowagan, spiritual power (from manitto). 
Manungalan, to treat somebody badly. 
Manunxin, to be cross, to be angry. 
Manunxuagan, Z., anger. 
Manuppekhasu, skimmed. 
Maqueleman, to be jealous of somebody ; to ^wxy 

some one. 
Maschapi, bead. 
Maschilamek, trout; {lit., '.'like a fish," not now applied 

to a trout. ^.) 
Masgichteu, May apple. 
Maskek, swamp. 

Maskekhanne, muddy creek in a swamp. 
Maskequimin, swamp huckleberry. 
Maskik, grass, herb ; {maskeqiiasq' . A) 
Masktin, Z., to ease one's self. 



DICTIONARY. '75 

Massipook, the river drifts ice. 

Matschachton, to carry away. 

Matschalan, to bring somebody home. 

Matschilissowagan, sinful behavior. 

Matschin, to go home. 

Matschinamen, to take ill ; to be ill pleased. 

Matschiton, to spoil something, to make mischief. 

Matta, no, not; — ta, nowhere; — tani, in noway. 

Matt ago, no. 

Mattalan, to come up with somebody. 

Mattameechen, cross roads ; (where one road enters 

another, not a cross road. A^ 
Mattaptonaltin, to speak bad to one another; to scold 

each other, to abuse each other by words. 
Mattaptonen, to speak uncivil, to talk roughly, to scold. 

Matteleman, to despise somebody. 

Mattelemuwi, despicable, contemptible. 

Mattelemuxin, to be despised. 

Mattelemuxowagan, the being despised. 

Mattelendam, to be uneasy, to be troubled in mind; to 
despise. 

Mattemigalan, to let somebody in. 

Mattemigen, to enter in. 

Mattochwen, to travel badly. 

Mattonheen, Z., to curse (to give bad words. A^. 

Mauchsu, one living thing ; one. 

Mauwallauwin, to go hunting. 

Mauwi, go and tell. 



76 LENAPfe-ENGLISH 

Mauwikhattoak, Z., camped, encamped (collected to- 
gether. A.). 

Mawachpo, collector. 

Mawachpoagan, tribute, tax. 

Ma-wat, one, only one, 

Mawemin, to meet, to assemble; {;/iawru>t,Z., an assem- 
bly.) 

Mawenemen, to gather, to collect, to bring together. 

Mawewigawan, meeting house. 

Mawingewagan, reconciliation. 

Mawinhaken, to go to war. 

Mawinsin, to gather, to pick up. 

Mawottakan, famine, scarcity of provision. 

Mawunappin, to be assembled. 

Mawuni, assembled, collectively. 

Mbeson, Z., brandy (spirits, from mdi. A.). 

Mbi, water. 

Mbiachgook, water snake. 

Mbiachk, whale. 

Mbidhitehemen, to cut one's self 

Mbil, Z., beer; vibilheen, to brew beer. 

Mbisis, Z., a lake. 

Mbison, Z.. bait; taniaqiiei mbison, beaver bait. 

Mboagan, death. 

Mboawikcham, hiccough. 

Mboiwi, mortal, dead. 

Mbokquasquihillan, to break in the ice. 

Mechakgilik, great, big. 



DICTIONARY. 77 

Mechakhokque, the month when cold makes the trees 
crack, December; (dub., A.) 

Mechamek, wild rhubarb. 

Mechaquiechen, high water, freshet. 

Mechasktschat, thick bellied. 

Mechateu, deep snow; (arch.. A.) 

Mechawachto, dear. 

Mechek, great, large. 

Mechelemuxit, the honored. 

Mechelgik, great many ; multitude. 

Mecheli, much; (a great many. A.) 

Mechelit, much. 

Mechen, big, large. 

Mechgilik, the great, the big. 

Mechhanneck, large creek, large river. 

Mechinkhakihakan, large field. 

Mechinkhakihen, to plant a large piece of ground. 

Mechinqui, great, large, big. 

Mechinquinaquot, it appears large, it looks great. 

Mechinquitehewagan, self pride. 

Mechitquek, great depth. 

Mechiwilawanit, great sarsaparilla, 

Mechmauwikenk, Z., camp. 

Mechmenahikeak, scum ladle. 

Mechoak, old tree; (the me, prefix, in these and the fol- 
lowing words would be omitted at present. A.) 

Mechoammowi gischuch, shad month, March. 

Mechohakihan, old field. 



78 LENAPfe-ENGLISH 

Mechouteney, old, dilapidated town. 

Mechowasquall, old, dry grass. 

Mechowi, old (in use); {chowi. A.) 

Mechowijeyju, old from use. 

Medhake, matter. 

Medhapahin, to surprise. 

Medhik, bad, wicked ; evil. 

Medsit, bad, wicked, evil one. 

Meechgalanne, hawk. 

Meechgalhukquot, red hair. 

Meechgalowet, fish like a sucker ; (red-finned sucker. 

A.) 
Meechgapuek, ipecacuanha. 
Meechxit, the red one. 
Megucke, Z., a wide plain. 
Megungi, wholly, entirely, purely, quite, alone. 
Megutschi, wholly, entirely. 
Mehakachtey, coal of fire, 
Mehallamagen, to sell (error; to buy. A.). 
Mehallamawachtowagan, merchandise. 
Mehallamen, to buy, to purchase. 

Mehamentschit, robber; {(rom amejitschiechten; arch.,y^.) 
Mehemendowan, to entreat somebody. 
Mehemendowen, to ask pardon, to beg on. 
Mehemetanglowagan, agony of death. 
Mehihschiu, barren. 
Mehittachpin, to be born. 
Mehittachpit, begotten. 



DICTIONARY. 79 

Mehittachpoagan, birth. 

Mehittgus, twig. 

Mehittschoak, barren tree. 

Mehittschohawi, corporeal material. 

Mehittuk, tree. 

Mehokhokus, red cedar. 

Mehokquami, ice. 

Mehokquamileno, hail. 

Mehokquik, bloody. 

Mehokquiman, red bird. 

Mehokquinewagan, bloody flux. 

Mehokquitamen, to bleed at the nose. 

Mehowimi, raspberry; (wild black raspberry. A.) 

Mehuk, blood. 

Mehukachgook, copper snake. 

Mehukuwi, bloody. 

Mejauchsit, one, a certain one. 

Mejauchsoagan, Z., an alliance, confederation. 

Mejauchsu, one person. 

Mejauchsuwin, Z., to ally, to become one. 

Meken, to give away, to surrender. 

Mekeniechink, the end, the last day. 

Mekih, corruption, matter ; (error ; giving it up ; an 

error of the copyist for meli/t. A.) 
Mekis, sheep; {inemekis, imitative of bleating. A) 
Melandam, to vomit. 
Melanschpen, to take a vomit. 
Melanschpewagan, vomiting. 



80 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

Melichgawan, pillow, cushion. 

Melih, corruption, matter. 

Melihasu, mattery, putrid. 

Mellaam, to smell. 

Memachtakeniman, to speak evil of somebody. 

Memachtschilan, to speak evil to somebody. 

Memachtschilissit, sinner ; (of evil countenance. A.) 

Memajauchsit, each one, every one. 

Memakochkus, red-headed woodpecker. 

Memanunxit, Z., ill-natured, surly. 

Memedhakemo, turtle dove; {inowichlcu, the wild dove. 

A) 
Memeechxiteu, barefoot. 
Memeechxitin, to be barefooted. 
Memekis, sheep. 
Memekschachey, sheep skin. 
Memeu, woodcock. 

Memgukek, plain ; (not in use ; schingek, level. A) 
Memhallamund, merchant, trader. 
Memoschanigat, toothless. 
Memsochet, traveller; (vagabond, idler. A.) 
Men'achk, fence, fort; {inenachkhasu, Z., fortified place.) 
Menachkah, fence rail. 
Menachtin, to drink with each other, to tipple with one 

another. 
Menachtin, Z., to get drunk (///., to drink together, not 

necessarily intoxicants. A}j. 



DICTIONARY. 81 

Menantachk, swamp; (with trees meeting above. A.) 

Menantak, pine swamp. 

Menantschiwon, left hand ; incna7itschiwo7iunk, to the 

left hand. 
Menasowagan, jealousy, suspicion. 
Menatehe^vagan, envy. 
Menatey, island; {iiienacW hen. A.) 
Menen, to drink. 
Menenachkhasik, garden. 
Menet, drunkard. 
Meneton, to spend in drinking. 
Menewagan, drinking. 

Menewi, in some place; (all together in a place. A.) 
Mengiechsu, a swan. 

Mengwe, //"., an Iroquois; {\\t., gla7is penis. A.) 
Menhakehhamat, gardener. 
Menhasik, skimmed ; (scum. A?) 
Menichink, congregation. 
Menniwi, in some places, not everywhere. 
Menpekhasik, skim milk. 
Menuppek, lake, sea; (any enclosed body of water, 

great or small. A.) 
Menutes, sack, bag; (generic. A.) 
Mequik, bloody. 
Mequit, bloody. 

Mesak, building log ; {tn'sagawon, Z., a log house.) 
Mesaquem, ear of corn. 
Meschagen, to sit down ; (out of use. A) 



82 LENAP]fe-ENGLISII 

Meschakan, wound; (out of use; ineschillawa,'wo\ind. A.) 

Meschandamen, to taste. 

Meschatamen, to remember. 

Mescheki, whole, entire, every bit. 

Meschiechen, to slip, to fall. 

Meschikaan, to come nigh to me, to draw near to some- 
body. 

Meschuppalan, to sprinkle somebody. 

Mesim, hickory nut. 

Mesink, Z., an idol. 

Mesissachowak, large stinging flies. 

Mesissu, whole; (the me in many of these words is 
not in use. A) 

Mesittewall, corn boiled whole; (out of use. A.) 

Mesittschejeu, wholly, altogether. 

Mesittschewi, quite, whole, entirely. 

Messasquall, straw. 

Messikanelan, to hail. 

Messipook, the/iver drifts with ice. 

Messixu, naked. 

Mesukhoakan, glue. 

Metachan, firewood. 

Metachgelonen, to have told a ready lie. 

Metakhammen, to cover. 

Metakhan, to cover somebody. 

Metapewit, wicked man; (a thievish fellow. A.) 

Metaptonen, to break off speaking (he has said all he 
has to say. A). 



DICTIONARY. 83 

Metekenis, leather string. 

Metelensit, humble being, low-minded person ; (one 
who despises himself; metaiielcnsit, humble person. 
A) 

Metellen, ten. 

Metenaxin, to be ready. 

Meteu, doctor ; (out of use ; it is derived from meteohet, 
to drum on a hollow body ; a turkey cock is some- 
times called meteu, from the drumming sound of his 
wings. The ancient medicine men used drums. A^ 

Metimmeu, wolf; (arch. The word at present is wiech- 
cJieu; lit., hairy dung, from the character of the excre- 
ment. A}) 

Metschi, ready; already. 

Metschiechgochgihillan, to bleed to death. 

Metschihillan, to fall in ; to vanish. 

Metschihilleu, old, worn out. 

Metschimhammen, to lock. 

Metschimi, soon, presently. 

Metschipachgihhilleu, fallen off. 

Metschitehenemoalan, to design evil against some- 
body. 

Metschitschank, soul, spirit. 

Metschitschi, at last, the last time. 

Mettachquohhemen, to cover. 

Michalappotis, spider. 

Michtquin'otees, Z., a basket. 

Miechakanak, ash; (white ash. A^) 



84 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

Miechanatamen, to be ashamed. 
Miechanelendam, to be ashamed of one's self. 
Miechanelendamoagan, self shame. 
Miechanessin, to be ashamed. 
Miechanimgussin, to be made ashamed. 
Miechaninaquot, shameful. 
Miechanissowagan, shame. 
Miechasquigamik, cabin covered with grass. 
Miechbowe, plume of fowls; (the down, inner soft 

feathers, yl.) 
Miechhaquall, moss on trees. 
Miechheken, hair. 
Miechinquawon, eyebrow. 
Miechponkthey, light white ashes. 
Mietachsquall, hay. 
Migihillan, to bow one's self down. 
Migitamen, to bow toward. 
Migomi, put me in mind. 
Migopoquoak, taste. 

Migun, quill; {uiiquin, a quill, miquimik, feathers. A) 
Miguntin, to remind each other. 
Mihillusin, to be aged, to be old. 
Mihillusis, old man; {mih'hillosis. A) 
Mihn, huckleberry. 
Mihnachpoan, huckleberry bread. 
Mikemossin, to work, to labor; (out of use. A.) 
Mikemossit, laborer. 
Mikemossowagan, work, labor. 



DICTIONARY. 85 

Mikindamen, to do, to make. 

Milach, hair ; pi., milchall ; {achtiich tviecheivall, Z., deer's 

hairs; alhim miechcgenall, dog's hairs) (t£///rt<r//, etc. A) 
Milan, to give to somebody (not expecting a return. 

A). 
Mileen, H., the giving. 

Milit, he who gives to me ; (also, the thing given. A) 
Militak, father-in-law or mother-in-law; (error, aunt. 

A) 
Miltin, to give; (giving each other, mutually. A.) 
Miltowagan, gift (without expectation of return. A.). 
Minall, Z., huckleberries, pi. 
Mindawelendam, to be discontented, to be troubled; 

(expresses the feeling of discontent from unsatisfied 

hopes. A?) 
Mindawewagan, discontentment. 
Mingachsa, better, a little better. 
Minschu, glad ; (out of use. A) 
Minsi, one of the three tribes of the Linni Lenape, or 

Delawares; (from inin-achsin-ink, where the stones are 

gathered together. A) 
Miqui, quite ; far, far o^\—palliwi, quite different \—pili. 

otherwise, by far otherwise. 
Mis, elder sister; yi'inis, k'mis, my, thy, etc. 
Mischenahan, to touch somebody, to handle some one. 
Mischenummen, to receive, to get. 
Misseachpin, to be always abroad, to be seldom at home, 

to go a gadding. 



86 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

Misseachpitschik, those who live scattered. 
Misshakeuchet, frequent traveler, pilgrim. 
Missochwen, to walk about, to travel about. 
Mitachkaniechink, manifest. 

Mitachkaniechton, to make manifest, to be revealed. 
Mitachpin, Z., to be born {lit., to be seen in existence, 

in a place. A'). 
Mitsuagan, Z., food, aliment, 
Miwelendam, to forgive. 
Miwelendaman, to forgive somebody. 
Miwelendamen, to forgive. 
Miwelendamoagan, forgiveness. 
Mizewagan, food, victuals, provision. 
Mizin, to eat. 
Mochgamen, to find. 
Mochomsunga, Z., forefathers, ancestors. 
Moekaneu, dog; (see Allum) 
Mokdomus, lizard. 

Mokum, blood; a vein {inocJi' kiim. A). 
Monachgeu, groundhog; {{xovcv monham. //.) 
Monhacaniminshi, Z., dog wood (error, it is the black 

haw bush or tree. A)). 
Monham, to dig; {inunhagcen, Z., to dig a hole.) 
Moochwes, worm ; caterpillar (white grub. A'). 
Moochwetit, little worm. 

Mos, elk, cow; (applied only to deer and elk. A) 
Moschachgeu, bald, bare ; clear, not turbid. 
Moschakantpeu, bald headed. 



DICTIONARY. 87 

Moschanigeu, toothless. 

Moschhakquat, clear weather. 

Moschiwi, clear, luminous, bare, naked ; clearly, 

openly. 
Moschpekat, clear water. 
Mosigawan, cow stable. 
Moskdonamen, to kiss; (from word for mouth, arch., at 

present sissama is used. //.) 
Moskimus, Z., a hare (the small gray rabbit. A?j. 
Motit, little calf; (dim. of nios. A.) 
Muchigischgunemin, to keep holy day. 
Muchomes, grandfather. 
Muchwoapingus, opossum. 
Mui, Z., dung, excrement. 
Muiminschi, wild cherry. 
Muiui, Z., to beshit. 
Mukoos, awl, nail. 

Munhacke, Z., a badger (see monacque). 
Munschemen, to shave. 
Muschgingus, rabbit. 
Machtschilissowagan, sin. 



88 LENAPfe-ENGLISH 

N. 

Na, the, that; — eet, ^er\\d>.^s;—jupetscJii, until now, till 
here; — shacki, so far; — tchi, so much; untschijey, from 
thence. 

Nacha, three. 

Nachapachki, three hundred. 

Nachawikan, three fathoms. 

Nacheleney, three-fold. 

Nacheleneyachgat, three different sorts. 

Nachelii, together with. 

Nachen, three times, thrice. , 

Nachenachke, thirty. 

Nacheneyit, third. 

Nachenol, three. 

Nachenum, raccoon; (usually «/«//. A) 

Nachgiechen, contrary, against. 

Nachgihhilleu, it stops. 

Nachgohuman, to sing. 

Nachgohumewagan, hymn. 

Nachgoman, to answer somebody. 

Nachgundin, to agree with one another. 

Nachgundowagan, agreement, bargain ; covenant. 

Nachgutem, to answer. 

Nachk, hand, my hand. 

Nachkala, Z., my forehead. 

Nachogunak, three nights. 

Nachohalemin, to be alone. 



DICTIONARY. 89 

Nachohanneu, alone ; {n'achoha, I am alone. A) 
Nachoheteu, the house is empty, there is no one at 
home. 

Nachpangoman, to salute somebody with a present. 

Nachpauchsin, to possess, to have, to enjoy. 

Nachpauchsowagan, conversation, familiarity, fellow- 
ship. 

Nachpi, with, together with. 

Nachpikin, to be by nature. 

Nachquoawe, anything. 

Nachwena, thereupon, after. 

Nachxummawan, to enlighten somebody ; to kindle a 
flame within one. 

Nachxummen, to kindle, to light. 

Nada, yonder to thither ; toward here. 

Nadan, a float; 7iadano amochol, the canoe floats {pithin, 
afloat. A). 

Naga, according to, 

Nagajek, by and bye, in a little while. 

Nag'atamen, to trust, to confide in, to rely upon. 

Nagelav/endewagan, comfort. 

Nageuchsin, to hope. 

Nageuchsowagan, confidence, trust. 

Nagewitti, in a little while. 

Nagisgamen, to meet. 

Nagisgauwan, to meet somebody. 

Nagisgawachtin, to meet each other. 

Nahanne, so, so it is. 

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90 LENAFE-ENGLISi: 

Nahih, down stream. 

Nahihillaan, to go down the water. 

Nahimen, to sail down the stream. 

Nahiwi, down the water. 

Nahoochwen, to go down stream. 

Najuman, to carry somebody. 

Najundam, to carry a load. 

Nakewi, a little while. 

Nal, fetch. 

Nalambeso, to gird. 

Nalauchsin, to be fetched. 

Nalauwi, heedless. 

Nail, that, at last; — nan, that one ; nctchi, it is so much, 
that is all ; — tchcji, that is all. 

Nallahhemen, to sail up the water. 

Nallahih, up the stream. 

Nallahiwi, up the river. 

Nallahoochwen, to go up stream. 

Nallowauchsowagan, heathenish life. 

Names, fish. 

Nan, that, that one, so; — zvtcnk, finally, at last; here- 
after. 

Nanachpauchsohen, to keep in fellowship. 

Nanachxotawan, to mock somebody, to deride some 
one. 

Nanatschitaquik, those that have the care of some 
business. 

Nanhillowet, the one who takes care of the dead. 



DICTIONARY. 91 

Naninga, a double plural termination denoting deceased 
persons. 

Nanne, this one; that; so; — leu, that is the way of 
it, thus the matter stands ; it is certainly true ; — talli, 
through there, that way, even there; — imdachqui, 
thitherward ; toward where ? — 7intschi, from thence, 
therefore ; — zuentschi, for this reason, therefore, because ; 
— tvoak, as also. 

Nanni, this, that. 

Nanquon, heel. 

Nanungihhillan, to tremble, to shake ; {ning' gihilla. A.) 

Napenallan, to seize somebody, to take some one 
prisoner. 

Natachtu, he fetches wood. 

Natasu, fetched. 

Natchaquen, to fetch wood ; (to go after wood. A.) 

Natchen, it is all gone. 

Naten, to fetch; (properly, to go after something. A.) 

Natenan, to take somebody. 

Natenummen, to take, to accept, to receive, to perceive, 
to discern, to know. 

Natenuxowagan, fetching, reception. 

Natenuxu, received. 

Nathogen, to fetch over. 

Natholan, to fetch somebody over in a canoe. 

Natoochton, to inquire. 

Natschiton, to engage in, to take care of, to be of 
opinion ; (out of use. A.) 



92 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

Natschuwallen, to fetch a load. 
Nattawoapandamen, to look for, to seek. 
Nattawoapin, to look for something; (to look around 
A.) 

Natto'namak, son-in-law (my). 
Nattonamen, to seek for somebody. 
Nauwaquepin, to hang down the head; (out of use; 
present form, niiniquoqiiepii. A.) 

Nauweechinke, afternoon; (present form, /auwauqueu. 

A.) 

Nawalan, to pursue somebody, to follow some one. 

Nawalittin, to pursue each other. 

Nawehhelleu, afternoon. 

Nawochgen, to follow. 

Nawotallauwin, to hunt by the way. 

Ndappoanum, my bread. 

Ndauwat, scarce, rare; rarely, seldom. 

Ndelgiqui, etc., so as I, etc. 

Ndellan, I tell somebody. 

Ndelli, etc., that I, etc. 

Ndoniken, to seek. 

Ndoochtawachtin, to inquire of each other. 

Ne, (pi., nc/c) the. 

Nechasin, to be careful, to be watchful. 

Nechink, the third time. 

Nechit, third. 

Nechnutschinget, nurse. 

Nechoch^ven, to travel alone, to walk alone. 



DICTIONARY. 93 

Nechoha, alone. 

Nechohalennin, to be alone. 

Nechohanne, to be alone. 

Nechoheteu, the house is empty. 

Nehellatank, the Lord ; {nehellalowit. A.) 

Neichgussin, to be seen, to be manifested. 

Neichquot, apparent. 

Neichtin, to see each other, 

Neka, he, she, it. 

Nekama, he, she, it. 

Nekamawa, they. 

Nekti, the only one, single. 

Nektilennin, to be quite alone, 

Nektinquot, one-eyed, 

Nelema, not yet, 

Nelemago, not yet. 

Nelemata, not yet, 

Nellnill, these. 

Nelowauchsin, to lead a heathenish life, to be a heathen. 

Nelowauchsit, unbeliever, heathen. 

Nemen, to see. 

Nemoagan, sight. 

Nemochwitschet, the main sinew of the leg. 

Nenachgistawachtin, to hearken to one another, to 

listen to each other. 
Nenajunges, horse ; (from najiindam, to carry burdens 

on the back. A^ 
Nenajungeshammen, to ride on horseback. 



94 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

Nenapalek, unworthy, good for nothing. 

Nendawagan, torch, lamp. 

Nendawen, to carry a lamp, to go with a torch. 

Nennachgallit, stammerer, stutterer; [nachtachqiieu. A) 

Nennawipoquot, right tasted. 

Nennemawahan, to find somebody out. 

Nenostammoewagan, understanding. 

Nentsitasin, to appear; (not in use. A) 

Nape, I also ; I too. 

Nepene, we also ; we too. 

Nescalenk, or, Nesgessit Lenape, Z., black man, 

negro (///., black face. A). 
Ne schuk (used after negat.), but. 
Ne shaki, so long as. 
Nesquo, not yet. 
Netami, first, the first, 
Netamiechen, first, the first. 
Netamiechink, first, in the first place. 
Netopalis, warrior; {iJienetopalis, a scout or skirmisher. 

A) 
Netopalowewagan, war. 
Neuchtin, to see each other, 
Neweleney, fourfold. 
Neweleneyit, fourth. 
Ne-wen, four times. 
Newentschi, therefore. 
Newinachke, forty. 
Newo, four. 



DICTIONARY. 95 

Newopachki, four hundred. 

Newowikan, four fathoms. 

Ngachkenumen, Z., the break of day. 

Ngagebinque, etc., I am bHnd, etc. 

Ngagepchoa, etc., I am deaf, etc. 

Ngagiguwe, etc., I am Hvely, etc. 

Ngaginche, etc., I am. 

Ngaltin, to quit each other. 

Ngamuin, to keep a feast in Indian style. 

Ngattummen, to leave behind, to bequeath; nga'ttavi- 

vicn, Z. (to abandon, not to bequeath. A^. 
Ngemewi, always, constantly. 

Nguttachtschessowen, to lay up one treasure only. 
Nguttapachki, one hundred. 

Nguttelendin, to be of one mind, to have one object. 
Ngutteleneyachgat, a single one. 
Ngutteii, one, single; singly. 
Ngutti, one. 

Nguttitehen, to be of one heart and mind, to agree. 
Nguttitehewagan, the being of one mind; unanimity. 
Nguttokuni, one night. 
Nhakeuchsin, to hope, to trust. 
Nhakeuchswochwen, to go in hope. 
Nhakewelendamen, to hope, to trust. 
Nhakewelendamoagan, hope. 
Nhakey, myself 
Nhittami, at first, the first. 
Ni, I. 



96 LENAPfe-ENGLISH 

Nianque, Z., a wild cat. 

Niechin, to come down. 

Nieskeu, Z., dirty. 

Nigani, before, foremost, beforehand ; (out of use ; 

nichala, I outrun him. A) 
Niganigapawin, to stand foremost. 
Niganit, the foremost. 
Niganitawan, to run before somebody, to outrun some 

one ; to come before somebody. 
Nihillachquen, to kill a bear. 
Nihillalatschik, subjects, people. 

Nihillalgussin, to be dependent on another's command. 
Nihillalquonk, Lord, master. 
Nihillan, to strike somebody. 
Nihil'lan, to kill somebody. 
Nihillapejuwagan, redemption, ransom. 
Nihillapeuhen, to make free, to liberate, to redeem. 
Nihillapeuhoalid, my Redeemer. 
Nihillapewi, free. 

Nihillapewin, to be one's own master, to be free. 
Nihillapewit, freeman. 
Nihillasohen, to make free,"to deliver. 
Nihillasowagan, freedom, liberty. 
Nihillatamen, to own, to be master of 
Nihillatammoewagan, right, privilege. 
Nihillatschi, self, one's own person. 
Nihillowen, to put to death, to murder. 
Nihillowet, murderer. 



DICTIONARY. 97 

Nihillowewi, murderous. 

Nik, these, those. 

Nikik, these, those. 

Nil, these. 

Nilchgussin, to be struck dead. 

Nilchtin, to strike each other dead. 

Nilum, my sister-in-law; (or brother-in-law, in opposite 

families. A.) 
Niluna, we (including only the party speaking). 
Nimat, my brother; (used also as friendly salutation 

between distant relatives. A.) 
Nimawanachen, to make provision for a journey (from 

nimazvan, a lunch. A^. 
Nimenees, fish hawk. 
Ninachtak, my brethren. 
Ninutachpin, to be from the beginning. 
Ninutschi, at the beginning, before now. 
Nipachton, to raise, to set up. 
Nipahwi, by night, at night. 

Nipahwochwen, to go by night, to travel at night. 
Nipawin, to stand, to stand up. 
Nipen, summer, 
Nipenachhen, summer hunt. 
Nischa, two. 

Nischapachki, two hundred. 
Nischasch, seven. 

Nischasch tcha pachki, seven hundred. 
Nischasch tche nachke, seventy. 



98 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

Nischekat, double. 
Nischeleney, twofold, two sorts. 
Nischen, twice. 
Nischeneyit, second. 
Nischinachke, twenty. 
Nischink, in the second place. 
Nischitquin, to kneel down ; (iiishitqiiihin. A.) 
Nischitquitawan, to kneel to somebody. 
Nischogunakat, two days ago, day before yesterday. 
Nischogunakhake, two days hence, day after to-morrow. 
Niskachgelunen, to lie abominably. 
Niskachgelunewagan, an abominable lie. 
Niskalamuin, to make an ugly noise, to cry. 
Niskallogen, to do dirty work. 
Niskallogewagan, nasty work. 
Niskandamen, to taste nasty. 
Niskassisku, muddy, miry. 
Niskelan, ugly weather, rainy weather. 
Niskelendam, to loathe. 
Niskenolhand, miserably lazy. 
Niskeu, nasty, dirty; {iiiskaloje, Z., it is dirty.) 
Niskiton, to dirty ; to bedaub. 
Niskpatton, to make wet, to throw water. 
Niskpeu, wet. 

Nisktonhen, to be noisy, to talk nasty. 
Nisktonhewagan, noisy, lying, nasty talk. 
Nitaton, to be able to make something, to know how to 
do it; iinita, I can. 



DICTIONARY. 99 

Nitaus, sister-in-law (my brother's wife) (not in use. A.). 

Nithuy, Z., the navel. 

Nitis, friend, companion. 

Nitsch ! my child (exclamation of fondness). 

Nitschan, my child, my friend; (my child) (not friend. 
A.) 

Nitschantit, my little friend. 

Noch, my father. 

Nocha, my father. 

Nochan, my father. 

Nochgoatamen, to lick; (I lick. A.) 

Nochnutemaliuwet, watchman, keeper; {inechnotaliwet. 
A.) 

Nochnutemexetschik, shepherds. 

Nodhittamen, to come into danger; (to meet by acci- 
dent, lucky or unlucky, y^.) 

Nohenopenowagan, Z., the ague (///., the sickness that 
recurs again and again. A}j. 

Nohulentschik, those who give suck ; (error ; it means 
the infants who suck. A^ 

Nolemelanden, sultry weather; (the word means some- 
thing pleasing or agreeable, hence, warm weather. A^ 

Nolemiwi, invisible, unseen ; (properly means, not see- 
ing, or not looking. A)) 

Nolemutees, silk worm. 

Nolhand, lazy ; (out of use. ^<tQ gichtainmen. A.) 

Nolhandewagan, laziness. 

Nonagan, milk; (error; it means the nipple or mamma 



100 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

of a woman ; no native word for milk is known. The 

English niellik is used. ^.) 
Nonetschik, sucking babes. 
Nonohellaan, Z., to give suck. 
Nonschetto, Z., a doe. 

Nosawoapamen, to gaze, to look steadfastly at some- 
thing. 
Noschhokquin, to go over the ice. 
Nosogamen, to follow; (to imitate a person's conduct. 

A) 
Nostamoewagan, understanding. 
Nostawachtin, to understand each other. 
Notamaeishican, //., a fishing spear. 
Notchan, to come to somebody. 
Notschingen, to nurse. 
Nowahan, to know somebody; (dub., n'nennawa, I 

know him. A)) 
Nowaton, to know. 

Nowoaktschochwen, to go a crooked road. 
Nowoawelendam, to be certain, to be sure of; (out of 

use ; ni Jiiajazvclcn'dam, I am certain of it. A^ 
Nquistook, my sons ; an old form ; modern form, 

n'qiiisak. (The syllable to is still inserted in certain 

formal addresses. A.) 
N'schingi, etc., I do it unwillingly. 
Ntiasohen, to feed, to pasture ; (out of use. A.) 
Ntite, for. 
Ntite, I think; {n'diteha, I think. A) 



DICTIONARY. IQl 

Ntitechquo, for, because. 

Ntitechto, for, because. 

Ntutemawachtin, to question each other. 

Nukachtachemawachtowagan, last will, testament. 

Nukachtummen, to forsake, to leave. 

Nukalan, to forsake somebody, to leave some one. 

Nukti, once more ; only 07ie. 

Nuktogunak, one night. 

Nuktoguni, only one night. 

Nummahauwan, to perceive somebody, to be aware of 

some one. 
Nuna'gan, Z., the breasts of a woman (see above). 
Nundahemewagan, want, scarcity. 
Nundajelensin, to be discouraged, to be low-spirited ; 

(more exactly, I do not feel equal to it. A) 
Nundajelensowagan, humility. 
Nundajelensuochwen, to go humbly. 
Nundawi, wanting, less. 
Nundehhellan, to want, to be in need. 
Nundehhellewagan, want. 
Nundejek, wanting, deficient, defective. 
Nundewi, wanting, less. 
Nungachtschin, to shake for cold, to shiver. 
Nungihillan, to tremble, to shiver, 
Nungiwi, trembling. 
Nunscheach, she-bear. 
Nunschetto, doe. 



102 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

Nutachgamen, somebody calls from the other side of 

the river, he wants to be fetched across. 
Nutamemensemin, to have children. 
Nutamemenseu, child's nurse ; (a companion of a child. 

A.) 
Nutemalan, to watch somebody. 
Nutemekiset, shepherd. 
Nutemekschet, shepherd. 

Nutiken, to keep watch; (rather, to mind a house. A.) 
Nutiket, watchman, a guard. 
Nutindam, to watch a place. 
Nutschi, at the first, at the beginning. 
Nutschihhillachsin, to be frightened. 
Nutschihhowe, night walker, witch. 
Nutschinallitin, Z., to begin war. 
Nutschingaat, Z., a nurse. 
Nutschisquandawet, doorkeeper. 
Nutschque, in vain, to no purpose; (not in use. A.) 
Nutschquehend, innocent sufferer, martyr. 
Nuwingi, I like it, I am willing, etc. 
N'wingi, etc., I do willingly, etc. 



DICTIONARY. 103 

o. 

Oapelukquon, white frost ; (wap-takpan. A.) 

Ochdomus, a woman's cousin ; (dub., A.) 

Ochquaso, belt of wampum. 

Ochquechum, female of beasts. 

Ochquehelleu, female of fowls and birds. 

Ochquekangan, neck. 

Ochquetit, little girl, 

Ochquetschitsch, girl. 

Ochqueu, woman. 

Ochquewasquall, swamp fern. 

Ochunk, at his or her father's, 

Ochwall, his or her father. 

Oh ! exclamation used in answering. 

Oho ! exclamation used in answering. 

Ohoh ! exclamation of vociferation, 

Ohum, grandmother. 

Ojos, meat, flesh ; a piece of meat. 

Ojotit, a little piece of meat. 

Ok, pi., oqiiak, Z., a moth (error ; it means maggot, 

A). 
Olahellan, to have somebody, to possess some one. 
Oleleu, bullfrog ; (imitated from the croak, ^.) 
Olhatton, to have, to possess ; to put up. 
Olsittam, to believe, 
Olsowagan, goodness ; (out of use. ^4.) 
Omen, to come from whence. 



104 LENAPE-ENGLISn 

Oschummo, horn; (out of use; wilawan. A.) 
Otchan, to somebody. 
Otchuwewagan, his coming. 
Otwebhassin, to become flesh. 
Owoahan, to know somebody. 

Owoaton, to know ; [wesivaton, to become conscious. 
A.) 

P. 

Paalochqueu, Z., a coquettish girl. 

Paan, to come. 

Pabhaku, a pheasant ; [pachpachko. A) 

Pachat, spHt; {pachhaque, to spHt. A.) 

Pachelammen, to spUt wood. 

Pachenikan, frow, spHtting iron. 

Pachgammak, black ash ; (at present, peclipoJiammen, 
the pounded wood. Baskets were made from this, 
the strips being obtained by pounding. A}j 

Pachgammakan, cutlass. 

Pachgandhatteu, all is ready. 

Pachgandikan, maul, hammer {moguil, maul, possibly a 
corruption of the English; pachgandikan is now con- 
fined to the flat piece of wood used in beating wash 
clothes. A). 

Pachganuntschi, white walnut; (at present, quinokquim, 
=1 oblong nut. A.) 

Pachgeechen, where the road turns off. 



DICTIONARY. 105 

Pachgelendam, Z., to anger (///., to go from the right 

road. A). 
Pachgen, to turn out of the road. 
Pachgihillan, to break, to break asunder; [pachgeu, one 

who leaves the road ; pacJigUiillan, to leave the road at 

one side, to run off the road. A) 
Pachhakqueu, noon. 

Pachhamawo, Z., the wild red plum {pochgaina. A.). 
Pachhaquoakan, iron wedge. 
Pachihillan, to split, to crack. 

Pachkam'an, to beat somebody, to strike some one. 
Pachkamen, to let blood. 

Pachkenum, dark; (should be /'«i'^w«;«, as below. A) 
Pachkschawen, to cut meat. 
Pachkschikan, knife. 
Pachkunummen, to break off. 
Pachpanaloje, broad axe. 
Pachsachenikan, tinder; (punk. A) 
Pachsa'jeek, Z., a vale or valley; dim. pachsajetit, a 

gulley. 
Pachschaquoacan, broad saw, board saw. 
Pachsegink, H., in the valley. 
Pachsenummen, to halve. 
Pachsilawe, half a fathom. 
Pachsiwi, half. 
Pachsukquin, to rise up. 
Pachtenummen, to pull. 
Pachtschukquilkees, grasshopper. 

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106 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

Pachtschuppeu, soft, mild; (doubtful; at present this 

word means tapering, pointed. A.) 
Packcha'ck, Z., a board. 
Pagachtschateu, full, filled ; (arch.. A.) 
Pagachtschaton, to fill ; i^pagachtschucJipeen. Z?) 
Pagachtschiechen, filled. 

Pagachtschuppen, to fill (used of liquids. A). 
Paiachkammen, to shoot, to fire off. 
Paiachkhikan, gun, rifle. 
Paihakquenaxin, to be glad to see somebody. 
Pakachtechin, to fall to the ground; (to fall forward. 

A) 
Pakachtehellan, to prostrate. 
Pakallohu, Z., to halloo, to shout. 
Pakandamen, to beat. 
Pakandaptonen, to finish a discourse. 
Pakandhatton, to repair, to make whole. 
Pakantin, to box with each other; (to strike with any- 
thing. A.) 

Pakantschi, complete, full ; fully, entirely. 

Pakantschiechen, accomplished. 

Pakantschiechtasu, finished, completed. 

Pakantschiechton, to fulfil, to complete. 

Pakenum, dark. 

Pakenummuihhilleu, it grows dark. 

Pakihm, cranberries. 

Pakitatamauwan, to forgive somebody. 

Pakitatamawachtin, to forgive each other. 



DICTLONARY. 107 

Pakitatamawachtowagan, forgiveness. 

Pakiton, to throw away. 

Pakquehellan, to desert. 

Palaton, to earn, to acquire; (arch., A.) 

Palenach, five. 

Palenach tcha pachki, five hundred. 

Palenachtchegit, fifth. 

Palenach tche nachke, fifty, 

Palippawe, buck. 

Pallachpin, to be innocent. 

Pallachpuwagan, innocence. 

Pallalogasin, to sin. 

Pallalogasowagan, crime, evil deed. 

Pallatschimuin, to speak otherwise than the truth, to 

prevaricate. 
Pallawewagan, transgression, guilt. 
Pallelensin, to be innocent. 

Pallenummen, to make wrong, to set about wrongly. 
Pallhammen, to be unable to perform. 
Pallhiken, to shoot amiss; {pallakhiken. A.) 
Pallhittehemen, to strike amiss. 
Palliaan, to go away. 
Pallihillan, to miss the time. 
Pallikteminak, unfortunate, unlucky. 
Pallilennemen, to put elsewhere. 
Pallilinaquot, otherwise. 
Pallilisgawan, to drive somebody away. 



108 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

Pallilissin, to do amiss; (now means, to look different 

from what was expected. A.) 
Pallilissowagan, transgression. 
Palliton, to spoil something, to do it wrong. 
Palli undachqui, somewhere else ; where else ? 
Palli untschi, from somewhere else. 
Palliwi, elsewhere, otherwise ; different. 
Palliwochwen, to go elsewhere. 

Palpateu, it boils over ; (it overflows, from any cause ; 
pallikauiindeu, water overflows because of a fire. A) 
Palsachtin, to be sickly. 
Palsin, to be sick; (arch., A') 
Palsittamen, to disbelieve. 
Palsowagan, sickness. 
Pangepoantit, bit of bread. 
Pangeschin, to cut a piece. 
Pangewi, a piece ; (anything broken off A^ 
Pankhanne, steep bank. 
Pankpechen, drop. 
Papabin, to play ; (arch., A') 
Papaches, woodpecker; {papachko. A.) 
Papachgillintsch, the flat of the hand. 
Papallachwilsummen, to miss one's luck, to miss one's 

chance. 
Papalligeen, Z., to spoil ; sqq palliton. 
Papalsin, to be very sickly. 
Papchakhitehasu, bruised. 



DICTIONARY. 109 

Papeek, Z., a pond. 

Papenauwelendam, to pay attention to, to be concerned 
for. 

Papen'damen, to hear by chance ; (error ; it is an itera- 
tive from pendamen, to hear, and means to continue to 
hear. The initial syllable pa, gives the iterative or 
continuing sense in this and most of the following 
words. A?) 

Papesu, patient; (a person who waits. A^ 

Papiluwulissin, to be otherwise disposed. 

Papohhamen, to knock at the door. 

Papommeuchtum, to go about weeping. 

Papomminin, to go about idle. 

Pasachtaje, wind in the belly. 

Pasalanges, locusts. 

Pasawinchikan, yeast. 

Passenummen, to deny, to disown; {pasiien. A.) 

Passihillachgechquiminschi, swamp oak. 

Passikachk, board ; also packchack. 

Passikachkhen, to make boards. 

Passitechin, to stumble. 

Pasteu, it rises (bread). 

Patachwilsin, to gain, to get; {pachtachwilsin, to gain 
by working. A?) 

Patahowen, to overcome, to subdue. 

Patahowewagan, Z., wages, pay. 

Pataman, to pray. 

Patamauwan, to pray to somebody, to worship. 



110 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

Patamawos, God. 

Patamoelchan, to pray for somebody. 

Patamoelchittewagan, supplication for each other. 

Patamoelchittin, to pray for one another. 

Patamoelchuwewagan, intercession. 

Patamoewagan, prayer, worship. 

Patamoewigawan, house of prayer, temple, church. 

Patatammoewagan, merit. 

Pawalin, the corn blossom falls off. 

Pawallessin, to be rich. 

Pawallessit, rich person. 

Pawallessohen, to make rich. 

Pawallsoagan, wealth, riches. 

Pawinquehiken, to shell corn. 

Pawunnen, to sieve, 

Pawunnikan, sieve. 

Pecho, soon, by and bye; — linitti, directly, in a little 

time. 
Pechot, soon ; near. 

Pechotschi, very near, near by, close by. 
Pechotschigalit, neighbor ; [pechzvigalit, he lives near 

me. A.) 
Pechpommauchsohaluwet, Saviour. 
Pechuwat, nigh, near. 
Pechuwelendam, to think one's self near. 
Pechuwigamen, to be near somebody. 
Pechuwihhilleu, the time is near. 
Pechuvviwi, near. 



DICTIONARY. HI 

Pedhakquon, it thunders. 

Peechgaugatase, knee, calf; (dub., refers to the joint or 

bend of the limb. A.) 
Peechgawinachgaja, calf of the elbow. 
Pegenawan, to dress somebody, to clothe some one. 
Pegenind, dressed. 
Pegenink, darkness. 

Page, Z., by chance (error, it means to be tired of. A.). 
Pegui, dressed, clothed; (eqiat, the clothing. A.) 
Peguwoagan, clothing, dress, finery. 
Pehachpamhangik, seafarers. 
Pehawan, to wait for somebody. 
Pehowen, to wait. 
Pejat, he that cometh. 
Pejeju, it comes. 

Pejewike, it comes, it draweth nigh. 
Pekandaptonen, to have finished speaking. 
Pekandapanke, when it is quite daybreak. 
Pekenink, H., in the dark. 
Peki, perhaps then. 

Pelachpit, one that is innocent, a guiltless person. 
Pelsittank, unbeliever. 
Peltowak, they are coming. 
Pemachpin, to be present. 

Pemachtiewit, any creature that lives upon grass. 
Pemapanik, the heavens, sky. 
Pemapuchk, rock. 
Pemauchsohaluwed, he who makes hve; Saviour. 



112 LEN APE-ENGLISH 

Pemauchsoheen, to make live, to cause to live. 
Pemauchsowaptonamik, word of life. 
Pemetonhen, to preach. 
Pemhakamik, earth; (the landscape within the horizon. 

A.) 

Pemhakamixit, man; the world, mankind; (it rather 
means all living creatures, not man only. A.) 

Pemhakamixitschik, mankind. 

Pemhallachpen, to hunt in company. 

Pemi, until now ; about this time, at present. 

Pemmetonhen, to preach. 

Pemsit, he that walketh ; walker. 

Pemuteneyik, the towns round about. 

Pendamen, to hear ; to understand. 

Pendameuhen, to cause to hear, to make known. 

Pendaquot, it is heard. 

Pendaskitquehelleu, a rising river which swells the 
water of a creek. 

Pendawachtin, to hear one another. 

Peneawan, to hear somebody. 

Pengelaku, dusk ; (from parige, piece. A^ 

Penihillan, to fall off, to fall down. 

Penipachgihhilleu, it falls off. 

Pennahum, to break off, to knock down. 

Pennamen, to see, to behold. 

Pennassiechen, downwards, down hill. 

Pennassin, to come down ; penasse, down hill (means 
now, to see, to look. A^. 



DICTIONARY. 113 

Pennauwan, to look at somebody. 

Pennauweleman, to consider about somebody, to be 

concerned for some one, to take care of somebody. 
Pennauwelendam, to think, to consider. 
Pennauwelendamoagan, consideration. 
Pennawachtin, to look at each other. 
Penquihilleu, dried. 
Penquon, dry; (alludes to fabrics, clothes, skins, etc. 

A) 
Penundhiken, to testify, to bear witness, to show unto. 
Penundhikewoagan, testimony, direction. 
Penxummen, to dry. 

Pepachgamgussowagan, beating, striking. 
Pepachgank, calamus-root; sweet flag. 
Pepachgekingil, branches; (twig, etc., anything that 

grows from the side ; root, pack. A) 
Pepachgitschiminhis, manifold in the belly of animals. 
Pepachkhamatunk, Z., a lancet (or lance). 
Pepalistank, unbeliever. 
Pepalsittaamen, Z., disobedient. 
Pepenaus, looking-glass, 

Pepetelan, showers of rain; it rains now and then. 
Pepguschikan, anger. 
Peptukquekhikenk, compass ; circle. 
Peschgonk, nine. 

Peschgonktchapachki, nine hundred. 
Peschgonk tchenachke, ninety. 
Peschuwat, near. 



114 lenAp6-english 

Pesoop, he waited. 

Petachdonamen, to come to seek. 

Petachgussin, to climb hither. 

Petapan, daybreak; dawn. 

PetapaniAvi, at break of day. 

Petaquiechen, the water is rising. 

Petaschowen, to swim hither. 

Petasemowik, giving hght, shining hither. 

Petasummawan, to give Hght to somebody, to shine 

unto some one. 
Petauchsin, to Hve until now. 
Petauchsoheen, to cause to live until now; to preserv^e 

one's life until this time. 
Petawoatamen, to expect. 
Petekhamman, to write to somebody. 
Petenumman, to be brought to somebody; {peffinma- 

zuan, to reach something to some one. A) 
Peteuchtummen, to come weeping. 
Pethakwonn, Z., a thunder gust. Ste pedhakwori. 
Pethinquechin, to look hither. 
Petisgamen, to drive hither. 
Petisgauwan, to chase or drive hither. 
Peton, to bring. 
Petschi, until, unto; until here, so far; (up to here. 

A.) 
Petschihilleu, it draws near ; he is coming on. 
Petschimuin, to fly or escape hither ; (error ; it means 

to decoy animals, lit., to draw them hither. A.) 



DICTIONARY. 1 1 5 

Petschitehen, to think so far. 

Petscholtin, to come hither. 

Peuchto^vagan, patience. 

Pichpemmetonhet, preacher, minister. 

Pichtaweu, double. 

Pidhitehemen, to cut one's self. 

Pihm, to sweat; {ji' dapi pihm, H., I come from sweating 

at the sweat house). 
Pihmoakan, sweat house. 
Pikihilleu, torn, rent in pieces. 
Pikschummen, to cut fine. 
Pilapeu, big boy; (a grown-up lad, not yet connected 

with a woman. A) 
Pilawessin, to be a boy. 
Pilawetit, little boy. 
Pilawetschitsch, boy; (the ordinary word for boy is 

skahcnso. A.) 
Pilewiechgussin, to be cleansed, to be made pure, to be 

sanctified. 
Pilhik, clean, pure. 
Pili, otherwise, another; ajiwen, some one else; — kekii, 

something else. 
Pililinaquot, it looks otherwise. 
Pilkisch, peach. 
Pilsin, to be clean, to be chaste. 
Pilsit, chaste, pure. 
Pilsohalgussowagan, holiness, purity. 
Pilsuwi, clean, chaste. 



116 LENAPfe-ENGLISH 

Piluwi, clean, chaste. 

Piluwinaquot, it looks cleanly. 

Pimachtelinque, squint-eyed. 

Pimenatan, thread ; {n'bimenate. Z., I make thread.) 

Pim'eu, slanting, oblique. 

Pimiechen, slanting. 

Pimiechton, to make slanting. 

Pimihilleu, it is oblique. 

Pimingus, red squirrel. 

Pimoacun, Z., a sweat house. See Pihm. 

Pimochkhasu, stirred, moved. 

Pimochqueu, turned, twisted. 

Pimochquikan, stirring-ladle. 

Pindachsenacan,Z^, tobacco pouch (cartridge pouch. 

A). 
Pindalanak, white pine. 
Pindassenakan, a tobacco pouch. 
Pindawan, to clothe somebody, to dress some one. 
Pindham, to put in, to fill. 
Pindhasu, loaded, charged. 
Pindhewachton, to put in a bag; (means simply to put 

in, as in a room, etc. A^ 
Pindhikan, ramrod; sausage. 
Pindpehellachtikan, funnel. 

Pintschihillachtauwan, to put clothes on somebody. 
Pintschihillachton, to put on ; to make slip in. 
Pintschixin, to creep in. 
Pipaan, to come awhile ago. 



DICTIONARY. H7 

Pipinamen, to choose. 

Pipinamoagan, an election (choosing of any kind. A.). 
Pischk, night-hawk. 
Piselid-tulpe, large sea-tortoise. 
Piselisso, shrunken, wrinkled. 
Pisgaje, it holds much. 
Pisgapamoaquachtop, it was dusk. 
Pisgapamukquot, dusky, somewhat dark. 
Pisgeke, by night (last night. A); pisgeep, it was night. 
Pisgenemen, to grow dark. 
Pisgeu, dark, night; (///., it is dark. A) 
Pisgihilleu, it grows dark, night sets in. 
Pishikamen, to go to meet somebody. 
Pisikolis, snipe; large grey snipe. 
Pit, perhaps. 

Pitaptonen, to blunder in speaking. 
Pitawegiechen, double. 

Pitawigawan, porch in front of a house; — pent house. 
Piteet, perhaps. 

Pitelaweminschi, honey locust tree. 
Pitenummen, to make a mistake. 
Pi'tey, Z., foam, froth [pichteu, it foams. A.). 
PitkuUentsch, the fist. 

Pitschi, accidentally, by chance, inadvertently, unfore- 
seen. 
Piwitak, aunt; [n'militak. A.) 
Pixu, ragged, rent ; (torn, scratched in body. A.) 
Pkindey, light ashes. 



118 lenApe-english 

Pkuschikan, auger, gimlet. 

Plipitehan, to knock^somebody on the head. 

Plitey, junk of fire, firebrand. 

Poaktschehellan, to jump over a fence. 

Poam, thigh; ham. 

Poawin, to conceive; to be pregnant (///., to become 
swollen. A.). 

Pochenikan, drum. 

Pochquachpus, Z., a mouse. 

Pohonasin, Z., to beat the drum (to beat ; to pound ; 
to lift up ; pochomimmeii, he drums. A^ 

Pokawachne, a creek between two hills. 

Pokhakenikan, grave; (from pokhawcu, a hole or hol- 
low in the ground. A}) 

Pokhammen, to knock out, to knock in, to break. 

Pokqueu, clam, muscle. 

Pomih', fat, oil, tallow. 

Pomihen, to beat oil. 

Pomillachtan, to go by water. 

Pommauchsin, to live. 

Pommauchsowagan, life. 

Pommauchsowaganit, he who is the life. 

Pommauchsuwi, living. 

Pommenan, to beat somebody, to conquer somebody. 

Pommihilleu, it flies away. 

Pomminehiken, to dispute. 
Pomminehotin, to dispute with one another. 
Pommipeso, lath. 



DICTIONARY. HQ 

Pommisgen, to begin to walk. 
Pommissin, to go afoot, to walk. 
Pommitachpanschi, lath. 
Pommixin, to creep. 
Pomsin, to walk. 

Ponelendam, to quit, to give up, to be no more con- 
cerned. 
Ponemen, to let go, to leave off. 
Pongus, sand fly. 

Poniton, to let be, to remain; {ponihil, H., let me alone.) 
Ponk, dust ; (ashes, powder. A.) 
Ponxu, full of sand flies. 
Poochpsin, to be weakly. 
Pooxit, the month of falHng leaves ; October. 
Popachgandamen, to beat, to strike. 
Popankpechen, it drops. 

Popetelan, it rains now and then ; it rains by showers. 
Popohham, to knock. 
Popokus, partridge. 
Poquewachen, nigher road. 
Poquewi, straightway. 
Poquiechen, broken. 
Poquiechton, to break. 
Poquihhilleu, broken. 
Poquihillachton, to break in two. 
Potatikan, pumpkin-stem pipe. 
Pottenin, to take off. 
P'quitehican, Z., a chisel. 



120 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

Psakquiechen, close together, tight. 

Psakquietehasu, crucified. 

Psakulinscheu, Z., a squirrel. 

Psatte^voan, tinder. 

Pschiki, Z., fine, pretty. See schigt. 

Psindamoakan, parched meal. 

Psindhammen, to cover with earth. 

Psindpeu, overflowed with water. 

Ptukalluns, bullet; [lit., round missile. A^, 

Ptukhanne, crooked river or creek. 

Ptukhikan, round ball. 

Ptukquim, walnut. 

Ptukquiminschi, black walnut. 

Ptukquinschu, bowl, dish. 

Ptukschummen, to cut round. 

Puchtschessu, hollow. 

Pulpecat, //■., deep dead water {zualpecat, very deep 

water. A). 
Pumoe, a boil. 
Pundhen, to weigh. 
Pundhikan, steelyards. 

Punk, Z., ashes, dust; gunpowder. See Po>ik. 
Pusihn, Z., to enter a canoe (or any vehicle. A). 
Putam, to escape. 
Putamohen, to cause to escape. 
Putawen, to blow; {^puta'tamen, to blow as in starting 

a fire. ^.) 
Putawoakan, bellows. 



DICTIONARY. 121 

Putschek, corner of a room. 

Putschisktey, poison vine ; {w'hatchiskey. A.) 



Q. 

Quajaqui, still, yet, yet more, nevertheless, however. 
Qualcheu, it smokes; {qualchek, smoke. A) 
Quallassin, to bathe; to sweat; (properly, to sweat 
A) 

Quappalawan, to take somebody out of the water. 

Quatsch, why -^—atta, why not -—eet, why perhaps. 

Quatschee ! exclamation of surprise. 

Queh ! exclamation of joy. 

Quekolis, whipper will ; {wekolis. A.) 

Quekulukquihilleu, lame. 

Quekuluxit, he that is lame; (means rather, one who 

has joints. A) 
Quenek, length ; (something long. A) 
Queneuhappachpoon, table. 
Quenischquney, panther; (///., long-tailed. A) quen- 

schuhiney, Z. 
Quenschukuney, panther ; (see above.) 
Quequongalle, pike fish ; {lit., long-gilled ; but the usual 

term is gufihojiqtie, tapering fish. A.) 
Queschanigat, tooth holes. 
Quesquelendam, to be out of humor; (usual term now 

is nisquelendam. A.) 



122 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

Quetajaku, old tree ; (applied to any plant or tree which 

has reached full age and the fibres hardened. A.) 
Quetit, little girl. 

Quidhikewagan, forbiddance, reproof. 
Quilawelelendam, to be at a loss what to do. 
Quilawelendamoagan, confusion, perplexity. 
Quilawelensin, to be doubtful, to be uncertain. 
Quilawelensitchewagan, distress, anguish. 
Quilawelensowagan, concern, trouble. 
Quilawelensu, doubtful, uncertain. 
Quilutamen, to fall upon, to attack. 
Quin, a long while; long. 
Quiquingus, large wild duck. 
Quis, son. 

Quischgumowe, viper, snake. 
Quischimawan, to appoint somebody to an office. 
Quischktonhen, to whisper. 

Quischoschemo, middle of the head; (out of use. A.) 
Quitellitowoagan, Z., commandment. 
Quitsut, Z., the great toe. 
Quochoak, Z., he fears you. 

S. 

Sa ! exclamation of indignation. 
Sabbeleechen, sparkling, glittering. 
Sabbeleu, it shines brightly; (refers to the reflection of 
light in the sky or water. A.) 



DICTIONARY. 123 

Sachapiwak, lightning afar off. 

Sachgachtoon, Z., to cook. 

Sachgaguntin, to lead each other. 

Sachgagunummen, to lead. 

Sachkenachgen, to shake hands ; {lit., to take hold of; 
also and usually wangundin. A.) 

Sachsapan, Z"., soup. 

Sagachgutteje, top of a hill or mountain; (properly, 
"sloping upwards," applied to the upper slopes, not 
top of a mountain. A.) 

Sagalachgat, so deep the hole. 

Sajewi, at first, foremost. 

Sakaweuhewi Gischuch, the month in which the deer 
begin to turn gray — August. 

Saken, to shoot forth, to spring up. 

Sakhaken, to stay out from home so long. 

Sakima, chief, king. 

Sakimauchheen, to make to a chief or king. 

Sakimawagan, kingdom. 

Sakime, mosquito. 

Sakquachsoagan, troublesome life. 

Sakquamallessin, to feel troubled. 

Sakquamallsin, to feel troubled. 

Sakquamallsoagan, trouble, uneasiness. 

Sakquelendam, to be melancholy, to be sad, 

Sakquelendamen, to be troubled in mind, to be dis- 
quieted. 

Sakquelendamoagan, trouble, sorrow, disquietude. 



124 LENApfe-ENGLISH 

Sakquipaan, to come in a troublesome time. 

Saksak, pea vines, wild beans ; (any kind of a bur. A.) 

Sakuwit, mouth of a creek, mouth of a river ; (more 

exactly sakivihillak. A.) 
Salachgihillan, to be frightened, to be terrified. 
Salamoagan, weeping, howling ; (collective form, a 

number cry together. A.) 
Salumbiechen, to ring the bell. 
Salumbunikan, bell; (arch., A.) 
Salumbuniken, to ring the bell. 
Samumptan, to tie something (not in use. A.). 
Samuttonen, to shut the mouth. 
Saniqui, Z., to blow the nose {saniquin. A.). 
Sankhikan, gun lock. 
Sanquen, weasel. 
Sapiu, it lightens. 

Sapiwagan, lightning; (not in use. A) 
Saputti, Z., the arse-hole. 
Sasappekhasu, spotted, speckled. 
Sasappelehelleu, Z., it flashes lightning. 
Sasappeu, spotted, speckled. 
Sasappis, lightning bug, fire fly. 
Saschchuppawen, to gape, to yawn. 
Sasehemen, to sow, to scatter. 
Sasukhoalawan, to spit upon somebody. 
Scaphackamigeu, Z., wet ground. 
Schaback, Z., the box bush. 
Schabuwihilleu, Z., diarrhoea {lit., running through, of 

liquids. A.). 



DICTIONARY. 125 

Schachachgach'ne, a straight course in a river. 
Schachachgageechen, straight road. 
Schachachgameu, straight row. 
Schachachgapewi, honest, righteous. 
Schachachgapewin, to be just, to be upright, to be true, 

to be correct. 
Schachachgapewit, an upright person. 
Schachachgauchsowagan , righteousness. 
Schachachgek, just so. 
Schachachgekhasu, striped. 
Schachachgelendam, to be sure of a thing, to have 

one's mind made up, to be determined. 
Schachachgennemen, to make straight. 
Schachachgeu, straight; right, exact, correct. 
Schachachgiechen, straight road. 
Schachachkaptonagan, upright saying. 
Schachachkaptonen, to speak the exact truth, to tell a 

straight story. 
Schachachkatschimuin, to speak the truth. 
Schachachki, certain, certainly true, surely. 
Schachachkoochwen, to go straight, to follow the 

straight road. 
Schachamek, eel ; {w'schachamek, lit., it is a straight 

fish. ^.) 
Schachihilleu, it slips, it slides, 
Schagaskat, grass wet with dew; [sachgaskat, green 

grass, or fresh young grass. A.) 



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Schagsut, Z., covetous (out of use. A^. 
Schahamuis, Z., a crawfish. 

Schahowapewi, heartless, disheartened, desponding. 
Schajahikan, seashore; {w'shajahitcan. ^.) 
Schajawonge, hill-side; (should have an initial w\ 

A.) 
Schajelinquall, eyebrows ; (error; properly, eyelid. A.) 
Schakamon, food, nourishment; (anything put in the 

mouth, for food or otherwise. A.) 
Schakhokquiwan, coat. 
Schameu, Z., grease, fat (it is greasy. A.). 
Schammenummen, to anoint, to grease. 
Schapoalchasu, bored through, pierced through. 
Schapulinsch, finger-ring ; (out of use. A.) 
Schaschiwilawechgussin, to be put to grief. 
Schauchsin, to be tired, to be weak; (to be weak, not 

tired. A.) 
Schauchsowagan, weakness, feebleness. 
Schauwalamuin, to faint from hunger. 
Schauwemi, beechwood. 
Schauweminschi, red beech tree. 
Schauwessin, to make haste ; {schaiiwesoagan,Z., haste,) 

{schauwelendavi, to be in a hurry. A^ 
Schauwewi, tired, weak, weakly. 
Schauwihilleu, it withers, it is weak, it faints. 
Schauwinachk, weak hand. 
Schauwinaxowagan, weakness, weakly look. 



DICTIONARY. 127 

Schauwipachteu, withered, faded. 

Schauwoppihilleu, it bends. 

Schauwussu, weak. 

Schauwutteu, withered, faded. 

Schawanachen, southerly wind. 

Schawanachgook, Z., horned snake. 

Schawanammek, shad (fish; chwame gischuch, Z., the 

month of March, or of shad). 
Schawaneu, southward, southerly. 
Schawanewunk, southward. 
Schawanochqueu, Shawano woman. 
Schawek, weak. 
Schawl, immediately, directly. 
Schaxin, to be avaricious ; {schaxu, Z., greed.) 
Schaxowagan, covetousness. 
Sche ! see there ; lo ! 

Scheechganim, shelled corn coarse pounded; (chaff, Z}^ 
Schehelleu, it hangs ; wulli schehellak, Z., it hangs there 

{w ell' helleu. A.). 
Schejek, string of wampum ; (///., edge or border. A.) 
Schela ! see there ! 
Schellachton, to hang up. 
Schengiechen, it lies. 
Schengiechin, to lie down. 
Schepaje, this day early, this morning. 
Schepella ! see there ! 
Schesquim, bran, corn husk ; {schequasquim, the hulls of 

the corn. A^ 



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Scheuchsit, weak. 

Schewek, weak, tired. 

Schev^rondikan, bag, tobacco pouch. 

Schewongellikik, the lame. 

Scheychellat, Z., a forerunner ; scheyiachpitschik, those 

who live on the border. 
Scheyjunuppek, lake; (probably dialectic; not in use. 

A.) 
Schi, either, or. 

Schibhammen, to spread out; (with an initial w'. A.) 
Schibhasu, spread out. 

Schiechikiminschi, maple tree ; (the soft maple. A) 
Schiess, Z., an uncle (always with possess, prons. A.) 
Schigi, fine, pretty; nice (generally applied to quality 

rather than appearance. A.). 
Schikochqueu, widow. 
Schikschasiki, shavings. 

Schiku, widow ; (error ; it means an orphan. A.) 
Schimuin, Z., to flee ; noschimui, I flee ; uchschimo, he 

flees ; schinioagan, flight. 
Schind, spruce ; (hemlock. A') 
Schindikeu, spruce forest ; (hemlock woods. A') 
Schingachpin, to be somewhere unwillingly. 
Schingachteyapuchk, flat rock. 
Schingalan, to hate somebody. 
Schingalgussowagan, the being taken. 
Schingaltin, to hate each other; {schinginawa altin. A.) 
Schingaltowagan, enmity, hatred. 



DICTIONARY. 129 

Schingaluet, enemy, adversary. 

Schingaskunk, bog meadow. 

Schingattam, to be unwilling, to dislike, to disapprove. 

Schingelendam, to dislike, to be against one's inclina- 
tion, to be tired of. 

Schin'geu, level; schinghacki, Z., a flat country. 

Schingi, unwilling, disliking, unwillingly. 

Schingihakihen, to plant unwillingly. 

Schingimikemossin, to work unwillingly. 

Schinginamen, to hate. 

Schinginawachtin, to hate each other. 

Schinginawachtowagan, enmity. 

Schingiptikan, leather string, rope. 

Schingochwen, to be unwilling to go. 

Schingsittam, to dislike to hear, 

Schingsittawan, to dislike to hear somebody. 

Schingtschenamen, to hate excessively, to be unable to 
bear. 

Schipaquitehasu, crucified, outstretched. 

Schipenasu, stretched, spread out, extended. 

Schiphammen, to spread, to extend. 

Schiphasu, spread out, extended. 

Schipihilleu, stretched. 

Schipinachgen, to put forth the hand. 

Schipinachk, outstretched arms. 

Schiquineu, fatherless, motherless ; (either one or the 
other. ^.) 

Schiquitehasik, chips. 



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Schiquitehasid, Z., booty {schiquinitehasik, booty ob- 
tained in war. A). 

Schita, either, or. 

Schiwachpin, to be weary of staying. 

Schiwamallessin, to feel grief, to feel sorrow. 

Schiwamallsin, to feel grief and pain. 

Schiwamallsoagan, sorrowful pain. 

Schiwa'pew, Z., blue {wulih'ke, blue, at present. A.). 

Schiwelendam, to be sorry, to be sad, to be melancholy, 
to moan. 

Schiwelendamowitehewagan, repentance. 

Schiwilawechgun, to be put to grief. 

Schkaa'k, a pole-cat, skunk. 

Schkiwan, Z., to piss. 

Schohakan, glue. 

Schquot, to abort, to miscarry, Z. {lit., beat to a pulp, 
alludes to the pulpy afterbirth. A.) 

Schuk, but, only ; (used after negat.) but ; — atta, but 
not, not only. 

Schukquan, Z., to chew; schguanda, thou chewest. 

Schukund, only, but then. 

Schukuney, the trail of an animal. 

Schwewak, salt meat ; (from schewmik, salt. A) 

Schwilawe, discouraged, disheartened. 

Schwon, saltish, sour; {schwoll, Z. and A. A white 
man is called schwonack, from the salt ocean. A) 

Schwonnachquaxen, European shoes. 

Schwonnachquinenk, among white people. 



DICTIONARY. 131 

Schwonnihilla, snipe ; (shore snipe, tilt birds. A.) 

Sedpok, early in the morning; at daybreak (properly, 
part of the night, half of the night. A.). 

Sedpokuniwi, early in the morning. 

Segachpapachton, to make wet. 

Segachtehikan, branch, twig. 

Segachtek, ardent, fervent; {segachteu, it begins to burn. 
A) 

Segantpechink, overhead. 

Segauchsin, to live so long. 

Sehe, H., hush, be quiet. 

Sekentek, length; (refers to the length of a house, room, 
etc. A) 

Seki, so long, till. 

Seksitechinan, at thy feet. 

Seksitechink, at his feet. 

Sesachquilawendam, to trouble. 

Sesalassummoehund, frying pan ; {salasseu, it is cook- 
ing or frying. A.) 

Sesalumboink, bell. 

Sesegauwihan, to whip somebody, to scourge some 
one. 

Sesegauwihugewagan, scourging. 

Sessuk, Z.y spittle. 

Shaki, as long, so long, as far, so far as, until. 

Shakochwen, to go so far. 

Sigachgochgissin, to bleed. 

Sigapehikan, strainer. 



132 LENAPfe-ENGLISH 

Sihhtanin, to run at the nose. 

Sihilleu, the freshet abates, the river subsides. 

Sihunasu, Z., conquered (out of use. A^. 

Sikey, salt {sikheunk, H., at the salt spring), (out of use; 

see schewewah. A.) 
Sikeyhasu, salted, pickled. 
Sikunikan, scourgrass, rushes. 
Sillikakhammen, to squeeze, to press, to beat. 
Sillkitehemen, to press, to squeeze. 
Simaquon, corn stalk ; (arch., A.) 
Singawikanawon, backbone ; (refers to processes of the 

vertebrae, from singek. A) 
Singek, outside corner of a house ; (corner, point, angle, 

in general. A.) 
Singigamika, corner of a house. 
Sipachgihhilleu, it buds, sprouts out. 
Sipo, river. 

Sipotit, small creek ; {siposis. A.) 
Sipuos, wild plum ; (doubtful. A.) 
Siquon, spring of the year ; [siequanke. Z., next spring.) 
Siquonachen, spring hunt. 
Siquonnatewinilleu, showers of snow and rain in the 

spring. 
Sisawehak, oysters ; (now called e'sak (pi), referring to 

the shells. A.) 
Sisi'lija, Z., the buffalo (this means an animal that butts 

against and breaks in pieces. A.). 
Sisinghos, iron pot ; (out of use. A) 



DICTIONARY. 133 

Sisquahoasu, a plastered fireplace. 

Sissummoek, bell. 

Skaphakamigeu, wet ground. 

Skaphakejeu, wet ground. 

Skappeu, wet; (strictly, that which is wet partly, as 
toward the end. A.) 

Skattek, burning, ardent, fervent, zealous, hot; (see 
segachtek. A.) 

Skattelendam, to loathe, to hate. 

Skattewi, burning. 

Skattsin, to be loathsome. 

Skin, to make water. 

Skiquall, grass. 

Skulin, to keep school ; (English.) 

Sogahellas, chain. 

Sogahen, to spill. 

Soganechin, to pour out. 

Sokan, hind part of a church ; (///., buttocks, arse, back- 
side. A.) 

Sokelan, it rains. 

Sokenepaltowagan, baptism; (from sogaheti. A.) 

Sokenepasu, baptized. 

Sokpehellak, cataract. 

Sookpehelleu, the water tumbles down from a precipice. 

Soopsu, naked ; (out of use ; sohsexu, at present. ^,) 

Sopenaxin, to be naked, to strip one's self 

Sophalan, to make one bare ; to make somebody naked. 

Soppinquen, to shut the eyes. 



134 LENAPfe-ENGLISH 

Spanquewagan, wink of an eye. 
Spiechgejeu, member, joint; (out of use. A.) 
Squandamen, to chew. 

Squewachgitehen, to bruise one's self by accident. 
Sukachgook, black snake. 
Sukachqualles, negro. 
Sukachsin, iron. 
Sukachsinhet, smith. 
Sukamek, black fish. 
Sukanepil, black fish. 
Sukelechen, it looks black. 
Sukeu, black. 

Sukhattaquall, black thread, black yarn. 
Sukqui, spittle. 
Suksit, black. 
Sungi, eat thou. 

Suppinquall, tears ; (from the eyes) (always with a pos- 
sessive. A.) 



T. 

Ta, no, not ; — am, not at all ; — haschi, never. 

Ta, how ; — elgilen, how large ; — elgiqui, how soon ; — 
elinaxit, what color ; — hatsch, how will it be ; — linaquot, 
what is it like ; — ne liechen, how then, how is it ; — segek, 
how long ; — shaki, how long ; ichen, how many ; how 
many times ; — tchi, how much. 



DICTIONARY. 135 

Ta, where ; — talli, whitherwards ; undachqui, whereabouts, 
towards \i\\&XQ\—untschi, whence, wherefrom ;— w^, 
towards where. 

Ta, then. 

Ta keeche, some; a \\\.'<i\&;—keechen, so often. 

Ta likhikqui, at what time. 

Ta pemi, about, about this time. 

Taan, where ; — a undachqui, which then ; — ha, how then. 

Taat, as if, Hke. 

Tachan, wood; piece of wood; (arch.. A) 

Tachanigeu, woody, full of wood. 

Tachpachaxu, little, mean, low, humble; {tachpeachxu, 
gives a general notion of condition, humble, exalted, 
etc. A) 

Tachpachelensuwi, low, little, humble. 

Tachpachihilla, in the afternoon. 

Tachpachiwi, humble, modest; little, low. 

Tachpachsu, low; (indefinite term referring to condi- 
tion. A) 

Tachpamsin, to be less, to be lower. 

Tachpatamauwan, to keep or preserve unto somebody. 

Tachpawewagan, advice, commandment. 

Tachquahamoakan, parched meal. 

Tachquahoakan, mortar, mill. 

Tachquahoakaniminschi, gum tree. 

Tachquahoaken, to pound, to grind. 

Tachquallonikan, pair of scissors. 

Tachquambeso, tied together. 



136 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

Tachquatten, frozen ; (frozen together. A.) 
Tachquihilleu, it joins close together, 
Tachquinschehikan, pair of pincers. 
Tachquipoagan, feast. 
Tachquipuin, to hold a feast; — ahoaltuwi, to hold a 

love feast. 
Tachquiwi, together. 

Tachquoak, fall ; autumn ; tachquogike, Z., next fall. 
Tachquoakcheen, fall hunt. 
Tachquoakches, fall skin. 
Tachquoakike, in the fall. 
Tachquoch, land turtle. 
Tachquondikan, pair of pincers. 
Tachsigiu, it hails. 
Tachtakan, thick, stiff. 
Tachtamse, now and then, often. 
Tahakan, paddle oar ; (always with the possessives, 

;/', k', w\ etc. A^ 
Tahunnan, to arrest somebody, to take some one 

prisoner. 
Taiachquoan, bridge; atta tajachgonewi? Z., is there 

no bridge ? 
Takachquiminschi, white wood, linden tree. 
Takachsin, lead. 
Takan (pL, ik), another, other. 
Takanilaku, moderately warm evening. 
Takanitpikat, moderately warm night. 
Takeet, perhaps, I don't know. 



DICTIONARY. 137 

Takindamen, to count, to read. 

Takomen, to come from some where. 

Takpeu, wet, damp, soft, soaked ; {ta'hokpeu, he is cold 

from wet. A.) 
Takquak (pi., ik), other, second, the rest. 
Taktani, I don't know, I don't know where ; somewhere 

perhaps ; be it where it may. 
Takta undachqui, anywhere. 
Takta untschi, from somewhere, 
Talakat, cracked, split. 
Talala, white cedar. 
Talattauwoapin, to behold, to view. 
Talawachto, how dear is it, what does it cost. 
Taleka, crane. 
Tallachpaje, cold morning. 
Talli, there. 
Tamse, sometimes, now and then, perhaps; — nail, once, 

Anally ; — ta likhikqui, once, sometime or other ; — tamse, 

now and then. 
Tandachgitechton, to shake off. 
Taneek, perhaps, I don't know ; {takeet. Z.) 
Tangaman, Z., to thrust, to stick. 
Tangamikan, spear. 
Tangandikan, spear. 
Tangawachto, cheap, low-priced. 
Tangawachtohen, to cheapen. 
Tangeemhoantit, little spoon. 
Tangelendam, to think little of one's self. 

J 



138 LENAPfe-ENGLISn 

Tangelensin, to be lowly minded, to be humble. 

Tangelensochwen, to walk humbl)''. 

Tangelensowagan, lowliness of mind. 

Tangelensuwi, humble, modest. 

Tangenindin, to vouchsafe, to condescend. 

Tangetto, short, small. 

Tangitehen, to think little of one's self, 

Tangitehewagan, humility. 

Tangitehewi, humble, modest. 

Tangitti, small, little; {tanghotit, Z., a little kettle.) 

Tani, where ; how ; (used in questions) then ; — leu, in 

what manner then. 
Tanikaniminschi, white beech. 
Tankalinschawontit, little finger. 
Tankhakan, basket. 
Tankhakanachen, to make baskets. 
Tankhannen, little creek; (especially the narrows of a 

stream. A}j 
Taquatschin, to freeze, to be cold. 
Taquatten, frozen. 
Taquiechen, joined together. 
Tassenahamohen, to stone. 
Tassenahamolan, to stone somebody. 
Tatamse, often, sometimes; — ne leep, there was more 

done. 
Tatandachgoquehellan, to shake the head. 
Tatandachgoquehellewagan, shake of the head. 
Tatask, sled. 



DICTIONARY. 139 

Tatchen, little. 

Tatchendo, but few, very little. 

Tatchittu, very little, 

Tatchuppekat, shallow water. 

Tauchechin, to listen privately. 

Tauchsittam, to hear privately. 

Tauwachsin, to burn, to use for firewood. 

Tauwatawik, anjuninhabited place; iachtawawek. A.) 

Tauwatawique, in the wilderness. 

Tauwiechen, open. 

Tauwinachgechi, open arms. 

Tauwinipen, beginning of summer, May. 

Tauwiquoakan, key. 

Tau"wunnasin, to be buried. 

Tauwunummen, to open. 

Tawonnalogewagan, labor in vain. 

Tawonni, although. 

Tawwunasin, Z., to bury ; tauwundin, burial place {lit., 

to put under, /. .^.j'^the ground ; it begins with aq, q'tau. 

A.). 
Tchen, times. 
Techi, quite ; — matta, not at all, absolutely not, by no 

means ( — takii). 
Techthunnentschik, prisoners, captives. 
Techtummischikan, candle snuffers. 
Tehek, cold. 
Tekauwontowit, the patient, meek, mild God, Lamb of 

God. 



140 LEN APE-ENGLISH 

Tekauwussitawan, to show somebody favor, 
Tekene, woods, an uninhabited place; [tekenink, H., in 
the woods.) 

Tellamasgeek, Z., a cedar-swamp. 

Tellen, ten. 

Tellen tchen tchapachki, one thousand. 

Temagehikan, water pail. 

Temahikan, axe, hatchet. 

Temiki, any; single; something; — koeku, anything, 
something, a single thing. 

Temitehemen, to cut off. 

Tengamend, pierced, stabbed. 

Tengandasuwi, pierced through. 

Tengettik, little. 

Tenktitit, little. 

Tenktschechen, open; (burst open, broken open. A.) 

Tepalachgat, deep enough. 

Tepawachto, reasonable, not too dear, fair price. 

Tepelendam, to have enough, to be satisfied, to be con- 
tent. 

Tepelendamoagan, sufficiency. 

Tepelook, enough of them. 

Tepi, enough. 

Tepihilleu, it is enough, it answers the purpose. 

Tepiken, ripe, full grown. 

Tepilawechgussin, to be satisfied, to have received 
satisfaction. 

Tepilawehan, to satisfy somebody. 



DICTIONARY. 141 

Tepilawen, to satisfy. 

Tequipin, to hold a feast. 

Tesquachtaminschi, shiver hickory. 

Tesquoalintsch, the Httle finger. 

Tetanktitit, Httle one. 

Tetauwiwi, between. 

Tetawonkhillentschik, those who have been deceived, 

misled ; (out of use. A.) 
Tetawonkhillowet, deceiver. 

Tetpissin, to be in a like manner, to do in a like manner. 
Tetschpihillen, split off, separated from one another. 
Tetuppalachgat, rifle; (refers to the groove inside the 

bore ; from tuppeii, spiral, circular. A}) 
Tetuptschehellak, wagon, cart ; (from tuppeu, referring 

to the wheel. A^ 
Teu, it is cold. 
Tgauchsin, to be good, to be kind, to be meek, to be 

friendly, to be good natured. 
Tgauchsu, good,1mild, gracious. 
Tgauchsuwaptonen, to speak civil, to speak kind. 
Tgauchsuwi, good, kind. 
Tgauwitti, soft, mild; slowly, by little and little; also 

tgaitte. 
Tgauwiwi, slowly, gently. 
Thagitti, a very^little while. 
Thaquetto, short. 
Thiechumin, Z., to bathe. 
Thinaquot, Z., cool (anything that looks cold. A). 



142 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

Thitpan, bitter; {tiecht'pan, astringent, pucker}'. A.) 
Thitpanihm, white hickory nut ; (the root of an herb is 

called tiecht'pan. A.) 
Thunnan, to arrest somebody; to take somebody 

prisoner ; {tach'JiiuDian. A.) 
Thuppeek, spring, well ; (means simply cool water. A.) 
Tigamikat, cold house; (cold room. A.) 
Tihilleu, it is cold. 
Tilaku, cool evening. 
Timmeu, wolf; (out of use. A.) 
Tinajappawe, cold morning. 
Tindeuchen, to make fire. 
Tindey, fire. 
Tinnohagan, first finger. 

Tipas, hen, fowl ; (not in use ; kikipisch, at present. A^ 
Tipasigawan, hen coop; {kikipshican. A.) 
Tipatit, little chicken. 
Tiskemanis, little fisher bird. 
Titpanunschi, bitter hickory tree ; [titpaniui, Z., hickory 

nut.) 
Titpikat, cold night. 
Togenan, to waken somebody. 
Togendowagan, wakening 
Togihillan, to arise, to awake. 
Tombikan, crab apple, wild apple. 
Tonkdonechin, to open the mouth. 
Tonktschechen, the door is open. 
Tonktschechton, to open the door. 



DICTIONARY. 143 

Tonktschenemen, to open. 

Tonktschequoakan, key. 

Tonquihilleu, open. 

Topalowagan, war. 

Topalowilenno, Z., a warrior; pi., netopallisak. 

Topalowoagan, Z., war-time (scout, skirmisher. A)). 

Topan, white frost. 

Topi, Z., the alder tree {Alnus rubra f). 

Towin, Z., to wade, to ford (toiven, he is walking in the 

water. A). 
Tpisgau^vi, just alike, even. 
Tpisgauwiechton, to do something just so, to make it 

alike, to make it even, to make it right. 
Tpisgauwihhilleu, the time is at hand; it falls upon, 
Tpisqui, just alike, even, just so; against, over, opposite; 

{tipiskawi. A)^ 
Tpisquihilleu, the time is at hand ; it falls upon. 
Tpittawe, altogether ; all together. 
Tpoku, last night ; (arch., A)) 

Tpoquik, by night; {tipocnnhvi gisclmck, Z., the moon.) 
Tschachgachtin, stump ; (properly, a crooked limb 

torn off. A) 
Tschachgihilleu, torn off, broken, slipped off; {niach- 

gihilleu, wrenched, violently torn ; tschachgilleu means 

straightened out, something crooked made straight. 

a:) 

Tschachquochgamen, short day. 
Tschallaan, Z., an Indian bedstead. 



144 LENAPfe-ENGLISH 

Tschannauchsin, to be blamable, to sin, to transgress. 
Tschannauchsowagan, misbehavior, fault, trespass. 
Tschannelendam, to consider, to be in doubt, to scruple. 
Tschannelendamoagan, doubt, scruple. 
Tschannilissin, to do wrong, to make wrong. 
Tschannindewagan, difference, disagreement. 
Tschanninquanukgun, my eyes were kept from discern- 
ing. 

Tschannistammen, to misunderstand. 

Tschannistammoewagan, misunderstanding. 

Tschansittamen, to hear wrong. 

Tschansittamoewagan, hearing wrong. 

Tschemamus, Z., a hare. 

Tschepsit, stranger. 

Tschetschpat, otherwise, differently; it does not join 

together. 
Tschetschpenammen, to separate. 
Tschetschpi, different, unlike ; asunder, apart. 
Tschetschpiechen, asunder, to separate. 
Tschetschpihilleu, split, split asunder, broken off, it 

cracks, it splits asunder. 
Tschetschpissin, to disagree, to wrangle. 
Tschibhattenamin, to be indisposed in mind. 
Tschiechachpoakan, roasting spit. 
Tschiechhammen, to comb ; (out of use ; now wuliech- 

qnannnen. A.) 
Tschigantschi, wholly, entirely, full, enough, all ; — 

likhiqiii, as soon as. 



DICTIONARY. 145 

Tschihoapekelis, bluebird. 

Tschikachpoochwe, sled. 

Tschikenum, turkey; (arch., A.) 

Tschikhammen, to sweep; {tschik ik kavimen. A.) 

Tschikhikan, broom. 

Tschilchwehamen, Z., to castrate, 

Tschimakan, paddle, oar. 

Tschimalus, bluebird. 

Tschimamus, rabbit. 

Tschimhammen, to row ; to paddle. 

Tschinga, pike fish. 

Tschingalsu, stiff, unbending. 

Tschinge, when. 

Tschingteung, Z., south side of a hill, 

Tschinque, Z., a wild cat {nianque. A.). 

Tschipelendam, to think disagreeable ; to be unpleasant. 

Tschipelendamoagan, strangeness, oddness. 

Tschipey, spirit, ghost ; (also applied to the dead body. 

A.) 
Tschipilek, strange, wonderful. 
Tschipileu, strange, bad accident ; awful. 
Tschipinaquot, it looks strange, it looks disagreeable. 
Tschipinaxu, he seems strange, uncommonly unpleas- 

ing. 
Tschipisin, to have a fit, to get fits. 
Tschipsoagan, uncommonness. 
Tschiquoalale, a muscle; (a snail, refers to the spiral 

form of the shell. A.) 



146 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

Tschiquoalaletit, little muscle ; (a small snail, see 

above. A.) 
Tschisgihilleu, wiped out, rubbed out; (scraped, applied 

to tlie skin when scratched, etc. A.) 
Tschisgokus, robin. 

Tschiskhammen, to wipe off, to blot out. 
Tschitanambeso, tied fast. 
Tschitanatten, hard frozen. 
Tschitanek, fast, strong. 
Tschitanennan, to hold somebody fast. 
Tschitanessoagan, Z., authority, power. 
Tschitaneu, strong. 
Tschitani, strong. 

Tschitaniechton, to make fast, to make strong. 
Tschitanigachen, established, firm, sure. 
Tschitanissin, to be strong. 
Tschitanigapawin, to stand fast. 
Tschitanissohen, to strengthen. 
Tschitanissowagan, power, capability; strength. 
Tschitanissowaganit, he who is strength. 
Tschitanitauwan, to strengthen somebody. 
Tschitanitehen, to stand firm in mind ; to persevere. 
Tschitgussin, to be silent. 
Tschitqui, silent. 
Tschitquihilleu, he is silent. 
Tschitsch, again, once more; yet, still; still more; — 

U/ien, again as much. 
Tscholens, bird; (not in use. See Awehelleu. A.) 



DICTIONARY. 147 

Tscholentit, little bird. 

Tschoskin, Z., to ford, to wade. 

Tschukquilques, Z., a locust (insect). 

Tschuppik, root ; {tschappik, root generic ; also medi- 
cine. ^.) 

Tschuppinamen, it seems odd, it looks strange. 

Tschutti, Z., a comrade, a friend; n'tsclm, my friend. 

Tsiheniken, to milk. 

Tskennak, black bird ; (now tschukqiialle. A.) 

Tspat, different, unlike, strange, unusual; separately. 

Tspinaquot, it looks quite otherwise. 

Tspinaxu, he looks strange. 

Tspiwi, separately. 

Ts quail, frog. 

Tsqualli gischuch, the month in which the frogs begin 
to croak, February. 

Tukauwussowagan, favor, kindness. 

Tulpe, turtle, water turtle. 

Tumb, brain ; (always with the possessives, n\ k' , w\ 
etc. A.) 

Tumhican, Z., an axe; see Teniahican. 

Tuney, beard {wiechtimey, chin beard. ^.). 

Tunktonechin, Z., to gape, to open the mouth. 

Tuppehelleu, it flows out, it runs out; {ktuppe' helleu. 
A.) 

Tuptschehelleu, it rolls; it revolves. 

Tutaam, to set on, to set at; to incite one to do some- 
thing. 



148 LENAP6-ENGLISH 

u. 

Uchtechsiit, Z., the sole of the foot {pochsitawi, the flat 

of the foot. A.). 
Uchtehelinsch, palm of the hand. 
Uchtscheyunque, within. 
Uchtuchen, Z., a bough, a branch. 
Ulakanahen, to make dishes; (wooden dishes. A) 
Ulakanahunschi, elm tree; ulakanahemunschi, Z. 
Ulakanis, dish. 
Ulakens, dish. 

Ulakunipoagan, supper; {lit., the evening meal. A) 
Ulaque, yesterday. 

Ulepen, onion; (not in use ; at present wi'nonsck. A.) 
Unami, one of the 3 tribes of the Lenni Lenape or 

Delawares. 
Undaaktschehellan, to jump hither. 
Undach, here, this way. 
Undachgamen, this side the water. 
Undachlenni, hand it here. 
Undachlitti, a little this way. 
Undachqui, hither, this way, that way. 
Undaptonen, to speak thereof 
Undauchsin, to live from, to live on. 
Undauchsowagan, food to live upon. 
Undenummen, to take from. 
Undoochwen, to come or go for something. 
Undsoagan, Z., an accident; wundso, he is unlucky. 



DICTIONARY. 149 

Unitschaanin, Z., to beget a child ; to bring forth a 

child. 
Unk, in, in the, on, out of. 

Untschi, of, by, therefore ; from ; with ; concerning. 
Untschihilleu, to come from somewhere rapidly, to flow 

out of 
Uschewinaquot, painful. 
Uschewinaxu, painful; (he looks weakly or in pain. 

a:) 

Uschumallsin, to feel sorrowful, to feel painful. 
Uschuwamallsin, to feel grief, to feel sorrow. 
Uschuwauchsoagan, troublesome life, sorrowful life. 
Uschuwelemuwi, miserable, painful, burthensome. 
Uschuwelendam, to be grieved, to be troubled in mind, 

to be burthened with labor, sorrow or trouble. 
Uschuwinaxowagan, sorrowful look, painful look. 
Uteney, city, town ; {utaney. A.) 
U tsche, ^y; {utckeuwes. A.) 



W. 

Wabiminschigeu, Z., chestnut tree. See JVoak. 
Wachejeu, Z, light, bright {wacheyek, light, brightness. 

Wachelachkey, fish scale ; {walachkey. A.) 
Wachganessu, Z., lean (bony, from wochgan. A.). 
Wachgutey, petticoat ; {wachgotey. A.) 



150 LENAPfe-ENGLISH 

Wachschiechey, bird's nest ; {wisaiviamoe wachschiechey^ 

a wasp's nest.) 
Wachtanquall, his brother-in-law. 
\A^achteneu, he has the belly-ache. 
Wachtey, stomach, belly. 
Wachtschangussin, to be enslaved. 
Wachtschu, hill, mountain. 

^Vachtschuhatteu, it is full; {zva-clui-ivateu. A.) 
Wachtschuwi, hilly. 
Wachtschuwiketo, mountainous. 
Wachtschuwikeu, hilly. 
Wachtuchwepi, body, flesh. 
Wachtuchwepiwi, bodily, personal. 
Wagagapoak, Z., they stand in a circle. 
W^ahh, egg. 

Wahhellemat, wide, far; (it is a great distance. A.) 
Wahhellemelendam, to seem to be far. 
^A^ajauwe, see Wojauwe. 
Waktscheu, crooked ; (bent, warped. A) 
^Vaktschiechen, the road is crooked. 
Walak, hole ; {ivaleck, a hollow or excavation, not a hole 

which penetrates. A?) 
Walaxiall, Z., entrails, guts. 

\Ai^aletittin, to advise one another, to inform each other. 
Walha'ndi, Z., a ditch or trench. 
^A^alhasu, buried; covered over with earth. 
^Valheu, he is digging a hole. 
Waliechtschessu, a hollow tree. 



DICTIONARY. 151 

"Waloh, Z., a cave. 

"Wanachkwim, Z., an acorn. 

Wanggwannelentsching, Z., a span. 

^Vangundin, to salute one another ; wangomen, Z,, to 

greet. 
^A(^annessin, Z., to forget ; n'tvansi, I forgot it ; wannes- 

sowoagan, forgetfulness. 
Wanquon, heel. 
W^apahamink, back, backwards, behind ; (at present 

packhantmink is used. A)) 
Wapaleechen, white. 
W^apanacheen, good morrow; (///., he has lived till 

morning, y^.) 
Wapaneu, easterly. 
Wapanke, to-morrow. 

Wapie'chquey, Z., a bubble (a blown bladder. A\ 
W^apielukquon, Z., hail ; a hail stone. 
Wapintschachke, garfish, with a bill like a duck. 
\A(^apsit, white person. 
"Wapsu, white. 
W^aputschies, Z., a hornet {wapotis, from his hinder 

part being whitish. A?). 
Wasachtehella, to lie on the back ; (means to turn on 

the back and then turn again ; to lie on the back is 

wasachtehin. A}) 
"Waselandeu, clear sunshine. 
Waseleechen, clear, light. 
^A^aselenemen, to lighten, to kindle. 



152 LENAPfe-ENGLISH 

"Waselenikan, light, candle. 

Waselenikanin, to burn. 

^Vaseleu, clear, light. 

"Waskejek, thin ; (comp. scheye) 

^Vaskeu, thin. 

Wassandeu, clear day. 

"Wattengim, milt, spleen. 

^Vattenkginem, colic. 

^Vauchtamsin, to tarry. 

Wawangoman, to salute somebody. 

Wawangomgussowagan, the being saluted ; greeting. 

^Vawikan, the back. 

Wawikanin, to have backache ; {zvaivikaninen. A.) 

Wawinuwen, to beg ; to ask for. 

^Vawoachepingus, lightning bug, firefly. 

^A^awulamallessin, to be always well. 

Wawulauchsin, to live orderly, to live blameless. 

Wdallachgummenanink, in our midst. 

^Vdallachpihewon, the net inside the belly; (the dia- 
phragm. A.) 

Wdallachquelendam, to grudge, to be unwilling to 
give ; (to give with hesitation. A.) 

^A^dallemuns, tame beast; (see Da//emuns.) 

Wdallemunsin, to have cattle. 

^^^dallemunsit, the owner of cattle. 

Wdallewussowagan, power, might. 

Wdallowelemuwi, excellent, precious. 

Wdallowilissowagan, glory. 



DICTIONARY. 153 

Wdamemenshassin, to become a child. 

Wdamemensuwi, childlike. 

Wdanis, daughter. 

^Vdapande^vagan, commandment. 

Wdee, heart. 

W^dehin, heart. 

Wdehiwi, heartily, cordial. 

W^deleleman, to take some one to be, to consider some- 
body to be. 

"Wdelinamen, to imagine, to conjecture ; (error ; it 
means the mode of doing something. A.) 

"Wdellewunsowagan, name ; {w' liwiinsowagan. A.) 

"Wdelsowagan, behavior, conduct. 

"Wditehen, to think. 

"Wdoon, the mouth. 

Wdulhe, the breast; (the thorax, not the mamma. A.) 

^Vdulhewinewagan, pain in the breast. 

Wduschusowagan, grief, sorrow. 

^Vechwulam^loehend, water pail. 

Wechwulilawehuwet, comforter. 

Wehemoalan, to mock at somebody, to make sport of 
some one. 

"Wehiwallahagan, horse gear. 

'Welanittowit, the good, gracious God. 

^A^elapassigan, good physic. 

AA^elapensit, the blessed ; (the fortunate, the lucky. A.) 

Welaquik, last evening, last night. 

Welauchsit, an orderly, well-behaved person. 

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154 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

Welches, stallion, boar. 

^Vele^lukquek, round hill; (arch., ivehimqueu, it is a 

knoll or mound. A^ 
^A/'elhik, good ; {wellihk' . A.) 
Welilissit, pious person. 
^Velsit, best ; — jutschitschank, Holy Ghost. 
"Welsittank, believer in Christ. 
\Vemhundammen, to carry all. 
"Wemi, all; — auzuen, everybody; — ia li, everywhere; — 

ta untschi, from everywhere. 
Wemihan, to destroy somebody, to make an end of 

some one; (to destroy all. A^ 
Wemihilleu, it is all gone, it is all spent. 
AA^emiten, to go all out. 
^Vemoltin, to go all away. 

^A(^endachguttechen, where the road goes up the hill. 
\A^endachguttejek, up hill ; (///., from below upwards. A?f 
Wendamen, to fish with hook and line. 
W^endaptonachga, of or from the word. 
Wendasemowik, it shineth from thence. 
Wendauchsin, by what to live. 
W^endenuxowagan, reception, admittance. 
Wengup, whence he came. 
Wenhamma, almost, narrowly. 
Wenigajek, trifle ; (not in use. A) 
^Venigajekink, in small things, in trifles. 
Wenitschanit, parent ; (either father or mother or both ; 

///., the one who has produced the child. A^ 



DICTIONARY. 155 

^\^entschi, because, therefore, for this reason. 
^A/'entschijeyin, to belong to a place, to be from a place. 
\A<^entschikin, to descend, to grow out of. 
Wentschindewagan, call, invitation. 
W^entschintin, to call each other. 
W^entschipennassiechen, where the road goes down 

the hill. 
Weschilematschil, his relation by marriage. 
Weschilemuk, my relation in marriage; (used by either 

spouse with reference to the family of the other. A.) 
^Veschumais, cow, calf; (out of use.) 
W^eski, a little while ago; sometime to-day ; (anew, again. 

A.) 
\Vetachguppachtak, he that watereth or moisteneth. 
^Vetegakil, his messengers ; (out of use. A.) 
\A(''etochemuxit, Father. 

Wetochwink, Father; (one who is a father. A.) 
Wetschitschauquit, man; {i. £., one who has a soul. 

A.) 
Weuchschummuis, horned cattle. 
W^euchsin, to know. 
W^euchsowagan, knowledge. 
Weuhokeyit, man; (/. f., one who has a body, from 

hakey, body, yi.) 
Wewidhiken, to testify; (something without doubt. A^ 
W^ewidhikewagan, testimony. 
Wewiechgukil, his acquaintance. 
W^ewikit, master of the house. 



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Wewingtonheet, Z., a babbler (one who likes to talk. 

Wewitschi, perhaps. 
Wewitschinaquot, it is likely ; probable. 

^Vewoapisak, guard, watchmen. 

"Wewoatam, to be of good understanding, to be wise, 

V^ewoatamowi, wise, prudent. 

Wewoatamowino, wise man. 

■Wewoatangik, wise men. 

Wewulatenamohaluwet, Saviour. 

Wewundachqui, on both sides; opposite; wewundach- 
qui'wicu, he lives opposite {i. e., we live on both sides, 
he on one, I on the other. The word means " on 
both sides " and not opposite in the ordinary sense. 
A.) 

"Whittangan, neck {lit., back of the head. A). 

\Af^hittawak, ears. 

"Wiagasksin, to be unruly; (out of use. A.) 

^Viagasksowagan, wantonness, unruly. 

"Wiakat, enough and to spare ; plenty, abundance. 

"Wiaki, enough and to spare; plenty, abundance. 

Wiakipuin, to have plenty; to have abundance to eat. 

"Wiamochki, among each other, mixed. 

"Wiaxowagan, plenty, sufficiency. 

W^idhoman, to go in a canoe with somebody. 

Wiechenin, to boil, to cook, to prepare food ; (not in 
use. yi.) 

Wiechgawotschi, unexpectedly; unawares. 



DICTIONARY. 157 

Wiechpongus, nettle ; {wiechponganit, the bitter weed. 

A.) 
^Viechquelinschepi, gloves ; {lit., hands tied up ; arch., 

A) 
"Wiechquepiso, tied round ; a bundle. 
Wiechquepton, to tie around. 
W^iguluk, bill of a fowl or bird. 
W^igunacka, the point of an island. 
"Wihhinachk, birch tree. 
Wi'hillaan, Z., to name; n'wihilluk, he names one; root, 

hinsi. 
W^ihitawemguppanil, those that had been with him. 
W^ihoman, to make an offering to somebody. 
Wihundewagan, sacrifice, offering. 
W^ihungemuin, to hold a feast. 
Wihungen, to make an offering, to sacrifice. 
Wijagaskau, fickle. 
Wikasch, the nail on hand or foot ; fingers ; claws ; 

nikasch, my nail. 
Wikat, leg; wi'ckaat, Z. {wihk'kaat; otenkhaat, hind 

leg. A) 
Wikathoos, an iron pot with feet. 
^Vikbi, Z., bast, the inner bark of trees. 
^Vikhakamik, end of the world. 
W^ikhetschik, builders. 
Wikheu, to build ; gisclmch wikheu, Z, halo of sun or 

moon ; {lit., the sun or moon builds a house.) 
^Vikiak, my house. 



158 LENAPfe-ENGLISH 

Wikian, thy house. 

Wikimak, my wife; (out of use; witawemak, he or she 

who Hves with me in the home, my house mate. A}) 
^Vikindewagan, marriage; {now , zvitawendewagan. A.) 
"Wikinditschik, married people. 
Wikingen, to marry; wiwu, Z., he is married {lit., he 

copulates. A). 
Wikinget, married person. 
"Wikit, his house. 
■Wikiwon, nose. 

Wiktschi, bottom of a keg, breech of a gun. 
^Viktschiechak, butt end of a tree. 
^Viku, he has a house. 
^Vikul, fat in an animal's belly. 
Wikwahemunk, in the house. 
\Vikwam, house. 
^Vikwames, little house. 
Wikwamhassin, to make an abode. 
\Vikwamtit, little room. 
Wil, head. 

"Wilachkey, Z., male genitals. 
^A^ilano, tongue. 

"Wilanoall, pumpkin seeds ; (any leguminous seeds. A.) 
W^ilawi, rich, valuable, precious; (from W/, head, with 

the idea as superior, royal. A) 
"Wilawilihan, to treat somebody generously. 
^Vilawiochqueu, rich woman. 
Wilawussall, his corn ; his grain. 



DICTIONARY. 159 

Wilinen, to have head ache. 

Wilinewagan, head ache. 

"Wilooxi, warm thyself. 

Wilsu, fat meat. 

Wimachtendienk, Z., brotherhood. 

^Vimb, heart of a tree; (any core or centre of a trunk, 

etc. A}) 
Wimbeneman, to relieve somebody ; (to sacrifice one's 

self for another; a strong expression. A^ 
Winak, sassafras. 

W^inamallsachtin, to be a common sickness. 
W^inamallsachtowagan, sickness, distemper. 
\Vinaniallsin, to be sick, to feel pain. 
"Winamandamen, to feel pain. 
"Winamandamoagan, pain, sore. 

"Winamin, the corn is ripe ; (when it is fit to eat. A^ 
"Winaminge, Z., the month of August ; (///., " time of 

roasting ears.") 
\Vindamen, to mention. 
^A^indasu, mentioned, named. 
Wineu, it snows. 

Wingachpin, to like to be in some place. 
"Wingachtochwilsit, lover of hunting. 
W^ingallauwin, to hunt willingly. 
\Vingan, sweet, savory; good tasted. 
Wingandamen, it tastes good. 
^Vingapue, good, sweet broth. 
AVingel, eatable. 



160 LENAP6-ENGLISH 

^Vingelawossi, it burns well. 

Wingelendamoagan, approbation, liking. 

■Wingeleu, it burns well. 

^Vingelewe^len, to do a pleasure. 

■Wingewochqueu, a raven ; (out of use. A.) 

AA^ingi, fain, gladly, willingly. 

Wingilauchsin, to live willingly in a particular manner. 

^Vingilaweman, to do somebody a pleasure. 

^Vingimachtek, odoriferous. 

^Vingimaquot, it has a good pleasant smell. 

\A^inginamen, to delight in, to be pleased with. 

Wingipendam, to hear willingly. 

Wingochwen, to go willingly, to travel with pleasure ; 

to like to go. 
Wingsittam, to like to hear. 
Wingsittawan, to like to hear somebody. 
Winhattak, bad accident; (not in use. A.) 
Winhattakuwagan, danger. 
Wini gischuch, snow month, November. 
Winike, when it is ripe. 
"Winingus, mink. 
\Vinktek, done, boiled. 
^Al^inkteu, done, boiled enough. 
Winu, ripe; (ready to be eaten. A.) 
^A^inunschi, Z., an onion. 
Winuwelchittewagan, supplication. 
Winuwewagan, petition, request. 
^Vinxu, ripe (fruit). 



DICTIONARY. 161 

Wipachsoagan, fear; (out of use. A.) 

^A(^ipantin, to eat with each other, 

Wipasin, to be in fear. 

Wipelachteu, soot. 

'Wipentin, to lie with each other, to sleep with one 

another. 
W^ipiechkeu, rotten wood. 
^Vipit, tooth. 

Wipochk, bush ; grub ; (a bushy place, a thicket. A.) 
"Wipochsoagan, Z., fright. 
Wipuelendam, to be fearful. 
^A^ipundin, to keep a feast. 
Wipungweu, Z., brown. 
\Vipunquoak, white oak. 
"Wipunxit, gray ; {wapantpeu lenno, Z., a gray-headed 

man.) 
Wiquajek or W^iquek, the head of a creek or run. 
Wiquajeu, the head of a creek. 
Wiquajungo, at the end. 
^A^iquajun quick, at the end. 
^Viqualamo, to suffer hunger; (arch., A) 
Wiquenachk, the end of the fence. 
Wiquey, box made of bark ; bark trunk ; (refers to 

birch bark, which is called wiquey. A) 
Wiquiechink, end, point ; {iviquajunquik, Z., to the end.) 
Wiquihillau, to be tired. 
W^iquimemguke, on the end of the plain. 
Wiquon, dull, blunt. 



162 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

^Viquonummen, to make dull. 

"Wisachgak, black oak ; bark canoe. 

Wisachgamallessin, to feel sore pain. 

W^isachgamallsoagan, bitter pain. 

■Wisachgank, rum, brandy; (from the sharp, biting taste. 

^.) 
AVisachgim, wild grapes. 

Wisachgiminschi, wild vine. 

"Wisachgissi, it hurts me, it burns me ; (means simply 

to hurt. A.) 
W^isamek, catfish ; (arch., at present wahlheti, mudfish ; 

wisamek means '* a fat fish." A') 
W^isaminschi, yellow-wood tree ; (a species of oak, with 

a yellow bark used in dying. A}) 
■Wisawanik, red squirrel. 
Wisawek, yellow; also, sulphur, etc. 
^A^isaweu, yellow. 
Wischalau, frightened. 

Wischalowe, rattlesnake; (the frightener. A) 
Wischassin, to fear; {wischasnagan, Z., fear.) 
^Vischiki, busily. 
^Vischixin, to be active, to be brisk, to be nimble ; to 

exert one's self. (See Heckewelder, History, p. 439.) 
W^iseu, scar. 
Wishaque, to notch a tree; {wis'haque, to tap a maple 

tree. A) 
Wismi or Wiswi, Z., the gall. 
Wisohen, to fatten. 



DICTIONARY. 163 

W^isquon, elbow ; tobacco[^twist. 

Wisu, fat, fleshy. 

^Visuwagan, fatness. 

Witachpin, to live with, to dwell with ; (to be with one 

at a place. A.) 
Witaheman, to assist somebody, to relieve some one. 
Witahentin, to help each other. 
Witalamuin, to cry with; to sing in company with. 
Witalogen, to work with. 
Witamehhellen, to walk with. 

Witatschimolsin, to advise with, to hold council with. 
Witauchsall, her brother's wife; (dub., it means living 

together. A.) 
■Witauchsoman, to be in fellowship with somebody. 
Witauchsundin, to have fellowship with one another. 
"Witauchsundowagan, fellowship. 
Witawematpanni, who was with him; witawemat, Z., 

an aid, assistant (now used exclusively for man or wife. 

A). 
Witawentin, to be together, to live or dwell with each 

other. 
^Vitchwi, Z., the navel. 
"Witen, to go with. 
^Vitgochquall, her sister. 
Witisin, to esteem ; (not in use. A) 
Witochwen, to go with, to travel with. 
Witonquoam, to lodge at one's house, to board with, to 

sleep with. 



164 LENAPfe-ENGLISK 

Witscheachgenimatpanni, one who helped to accuse 
him. 

\Vitscheman, to help somebody; {witsch'man. A) 

^Vitsche^van, to go with somebody. 

Witschewot, he who goes with him. 

"Witschi, with, at the same time. 

^A(''itschindin, to help one another, to assist each other, 

to lend a hand. 
^Vitschingen, to help along. 
Witschu, calf of the leg; pi., wak. 
Witschwochak, pine nuts; (out of use. A^ 
V^iuchschachauwan, to load somebody with a burden. 
Wi^vasch, bundle, load. 
Wiwaschin, to carry a load. 
"Wiwundhakamik, before now, in former time, very 

long ago. 
"Wiwunigagun, I am surrounded. 
Wiwunigapawin, to stand all around. 
W^iwuniwi, round about. 

Wiwunochwen, to go all around; to go round about. 
^Viwuntschi, beforje now, of old ; (not in use. A^ 
^Vo! o! oh! 
"Woachejek, light. 
W^oachejekumin, to be light. 
"Woachejekumuit, he who is the light. 
\A^oachejeu, clear, light. 
NVoagai, round about. 



DICTIONARY. 165 

Woak, and, also, as well diS\—atta, neither, nor)— lappi, 

repeatedly, again. 
Woakagapawin, to stand in a circle. 
Woakawi, round about, anywhere around. 
Woakhattimi, mulberry; {mint' quakin. A.) 
Woakhattiminschi, mulberry tree. 
"Woakeu, crooked. 
Woaktschachne, a bend in the river. 
"Woaktschaquot, crooked like. 
W^oaktschiechen, crooked road. 
W^oaktschiechton, to make crooked. 
W^oaktschinni, bend it. 
Woaktschochwen, to go a crooked road. 
Woakus, the gray fox. 
^Voalak, hole in the ground. 
Woalhen, to dig a hole. 
\Voapachpoan, white bread. 
Woapachsaney, white blanket. 
"Woapachsun, Z., chalk. 
^A^oapak, water beech; (not in use. A.) 
^Voapalanne, bald eagle. 
Woapanacheen, good morning. 
^Voapaneu, morning. 
"Woapange, to morrow. 
"Woapaniken, lime. 
Woapank, to-morrow. 
"Woapaschapiall, white beads. 
^A^oapassisku achsin, unburnt brick. 



166 LENAPfe-ENGLISH 

Woapasum, white sunshine, 

Woapchwees, a marten. 

Woapek, gensi root. 

Woapelechen, it looks white. 

Woapeu, white. 

^Voaphattaquall, white yarn, white thread. 

Woaphokquawon, gray hair. 

Woapim, chestnut. 

"Woapiminschi, chestnut tree. 

^Voapink, opossum, a wild beast. 

Woapipen, wild white potato. 

\Voapsit, white person. 

Woapsu, white. 

Woaptigihilleu, pale. 

Woaptiginquehelleu, broken eyes. 

^Voasgejeu, thin. 

"Woatasik, known ; {weuivistasik. A.) 

^Voatauweju, it blossoms. 

W^oatawes, flower; {wachawes. A.) 

"Woaton, to know ; {weuwiton. A.) 

^Voaxachey, fox skin. 

W^ochgalan, forehead. 

^Vochgan, bone. 

W^ochganihm, seed. 

^A^ochganiponk, hard burnt ashes. 

^A^ochganissin, to become lean, to grow meager. 

^Vochgidhakamik, on earth, upon the earth. 

Wochgitachtenne, top of the hill. 



DICTIONARY. 167 

W^ochgitaque, on the top of the house. 

^A/'ochgitschi, above, on the top, on the surface. 

"Wochgitschik, above, on the top, up there. 

Wochkunk, above, at the top. 

■Wochpahellan, to awake, to come to one's senses. 

W^ochpiechquey, bladder. 

W^ochtschuhatteu, full. 

^A/'oh! oh! 

^A^ojauwe, Z., a chief; {zvejjaweu, he is a chief. This is 
the word now in use in place of the older word sake- 
ma. A.) 

"Wolanniall, feathers of a bird's tail. 

^Von, this, this one. 

W^onachgulinschall, tips of the fingers. 

\Vonachquiwi, the top of anything. 

^A^onachxitall, tops of the toes. 

W^onanno, cheek. 

W^onatam, to be weak, to be impotent, to faint, to be 
out of one's senses; {wonachq'tcn. A.) 

^A^onataInmoagan, faintness. 

Wonatamowi, weak, impotent, fanciful, out of one's 
senses. 

Wonipakquihilleu, the leaves come out. 

W^onnessin, to forget. 

\A^onnissowagan, forgetfulness. 

\A^onspi, Z., sap of trees. 

^Votsche anenk, by the way. 

Wotschi, near by. 



168 LENAP6-ENGLISH 

Wotschuwiechen, full, 

^Vottallauwin, to hunt by the way. 

"Wouchokquin, to cough ; {wohoch' quin. A.) 

^Vowoatam, experienced, skilful. 

^Vowoatammoagan, wisdom. 

^Vowoatammowino, wise man. 

^Vsamgigun, too big. 

^Vsa^li, too much. 

"Wsamiechen, too much. 

^A^schachan, smooth, glossy. 

"Wschacheu, slippery ; smooth, glossy. 

^Vschachihillan, to slip. 

^^schappan, thin. 

"Wscheechachquall, chips, shavings. 

'Wscheton, lip ; {w'schefton. A.) 

"Wschewinaxu, painful. 

Wschimuin, to fly, to run off, to escape. 

AVschummo, horn ; pi., wscJmmowall (arch., the usual 

word is wilazuan, from wil, head, headgear. A.). 
Wsigau, sunset; {w'si'gau. A) 
Wsihotewagan, gain, profit. 
"Wsihotin, to gain a wager. 
"Wsihuwen, to gain, to win. 
^Vsit, foot. 
^Vsitak, handle. 

Wsuppi, sap of trees ; (see wonspi.) 
^A^takanachen, moderately warm wind. 
W^takaneu, mild weather. 



DICTIONARY. 1 69 

^Vtakaquenimo, tough tree. 

Wtakeu, soft, tender; (pliable. A.) 

Wtakhammen, to divide. 

"Wtakhattenamoagan, softness, mildness. 

Wtakigachen, it lies, soft. 

Wtakolsin, to save, to preserve. 

Wtaksu, soft, tender, supple. 

Wtankhitton, to loose. 

"Wtappandewagan, advice, counsel, information. 

W^taspiwagan, ascension, 

^Vtauwachtoju^lmenanink, in our midst. 

^Vtawongellowagan, loss, damnation. 

^A^tegauwan, to follow somebody. 

W^tehim, strawberries. 

Wtelgiqui, likewise, in like manner, so much so. 

"Wtelgixin, to be worthy ; (not in use. A.) 

Wtelgixowagan, worthiness, merit. 

^Vtellenahawanink, on the right hand ; — //, towards the 

right hand. 
^A(^tellewunsowagan, name. 
Vi^telli, thus, so. 
^A/'tellsin, to be so, to do so. 
W^teltschenemen, to roll. 
Wtenk, after, behind; thereon, thereafter ; lastly, at last; 

afterward ; — untschi, thereupon, afterward. 
\A^titehan, to think, to conjecture; (now teliteJian. A.) 
^A^tschagamique, in the earth. 
Wtscheet, sinew ; {ii'tsch-liet. A.) 
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170 LENAPfe-ENGLISII 

Wtscheyunque, within, inwardly. 
Wtschitschank, spirit. 
Wtschitschanquiwi, spiritual. 
Wtukauwatschachtowagan, kind treatment, kind 

usage. 
"Wuhhala, Z., to protect. 
Wulacans, Z., a basin (a bowl. ^.). 
Wulachen, to give up ; (this word means " a fair wind ;" 

probably an error for wulachnummen, to loosen, to 

untie. A^ 
Wulachneu, a stream without falls ; (a pleasant, smooth 

stream ; from anne, stream, and wulit. A) 
Wuladhakawanik, good physic. 
^A/'ulaha, better. 
Wulahellan, to have somebody, to possess some one ; 

(to put a person or thing in safe keeping. A.) 
^Vulakamike, Z., bottom land (///., fine land, good land. 

A). 
^Vulakenimgussin, to be spoken well of, to be praised. 
W^ulakenimgussowagan, the being praised. 
Wulakenindewagan, good report of somebody. 
Wulakhelan, to take somebody in care. 
Wulaku, evening. 
"Wulakuniwi, in the evening. 
Wulalogewagan, good work. 
"Wulalowe, black fox; (///., beautiful tail; this may be 

an error for luhalowes, bushy tail, which is the present 

name of the animal. A?) 



DICTIONARY. 171 

Wulamallessin, to be well, to be happy. 
Wulamallessohalid, he who makes me happy. 
Wulamallessohaluwed, he who makes one happy. 
Wulamallessohen, to make well, to cause to be happy. 
Wulamallessuwi, well, happy. 
Wulamallsin, to be well, to be happy. 
Wulamat, fine ground, 

Wulamehelleu, it goes well, it goes gently. 
Wulamhittamen, to believe. 
W^ulamhittamoewagan, faith, belief; (rather, the proof 

or testimony. A.) 
Wulamissowe, a little while ago ; (out of use. A.) 
Wulamoc, he speaks truly ; true. 
"Wulamocan, Z., a calabash, a gourd (formerly used for 

the rattles in ceremonies. A.). 
^Vulamoe, long ago; (out of use; chiihn'ne is the 

present term, y^.) 
Wulamoehen, to convince of the truth. 
V/ulamoeii, truly. 
Wulamoeju, true, right. 
^A^ulamoen, to keep one's promise. 
Wulamoewagan, truth. 
W^ulamoewaganit, he who is truth. 
Wulamoewaptonamik, true word, true saying, 
W^ulampton, to tie well. 
Wulamquoam, Z., to dream; n\ielungwam, I dream, 

etc. (to dream good things. A) 
^Vulamsittamen, to believe what is said. 



172 LENAPfe-ENGLISH 

"Wulandeu, fine day, warm weather, fine, clear weather. 
Wulangundin, to be at peace with one another. 
Wulantowagan, grace; (having a good spirit; wulit 

and manitto. A.) 
"Wulapamukquot, clear, well to be seen. 
Wulapan, fine morning. 
Wulapeju, just, upright, honorable. 
"Wulapejuwagan, uprightness. 
^A^ulapendanlen, to enjoy a benefit. 
^A^ulapensohalan, to bless somebody. 
Wulapensowagan, blessing; (lit., the things which we 

enjoy, prosperity, blessings. A.) 
"Wulaptonachgat, fine word, good news. 
^A^ulaptonaelchukquonk, he speaks a good word for us, 

he advocates our cause. 
W^ulaptonaltin, to speak good to each other, to be 

reconciled to one another. 
^Vulaptona^lik, good tiding. 
"Wulaptonen, to speak favorably. 
Wulaque, yesterday. 
Wulaquik, evening, 
W^ulaquike, this evening, 
^Vulaskat, good pasture, 
W^ulatachkat, fine linen. 

"Wulatenamen, to be happy; {wulah' tenamin. A.) 
"Wulatenamoagan, happiness. 
^A(^ulatenanluwi, happy, 
Wulaton, to save, to put up. 



DICTIONARY. 173 

Wulatschahan, to use somebody well. 
"Wulatschimolsin, to treat friendly, to discourse in a 

friendly manner. 
Wulatschimolsowagan, treaty of peace. 
Wulattauwoapin, to have good sight. 
"Wulattauwoapuwagan, good sight. 
Wulauchsowagan, good conduct, good behavior. 
Wuleleman, to take or consider somebody to be. 
Wulelemelendam, to wonder, to admire. 
Wulelemi, wonderful ; (not in use. A.) 
"Wulelemileu, it is wonderful. 
Wuleleminaquot, it seems wonderful. 
"Wulelendam, to be glad, to rejoice, to be joyful, to be 

merry. 
"Wulelendamoagan, joy. 
"Wulelendamowaptonamik, word of rejoicing, glad 

tiding, gospel. 
W^ulelendamuwi, joyful, merry. 

"Wulelensin, to be proud, to be haughty, to be high- 
minded {welelensin. A.). 
"Wulelensowagan, pride, high-mindedness. 
Wulenensin, to dress ; (not in use; wulak'ko, to have a 

handsome dress ; waweesho, to dress carefully. A.) 
Wulenschgansit, toe ; {wides'hawesit. A.) 
Wulensin, Z., attire, dress, ornament (decoration rather 

than dress. A.). 
"Wulhallan, to keep somebody, to take care of some 

one. 



174 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

Wuli, there, yonder ; (out of use ; at present 7icllak. A.) 

^A^uliachpin, to be in a good place. 

Wuliechen, it is good, it is well done. 

"Wuliechenummen, to take down; (this means to split 
into splinters ; the proper form zvnnieclicmiinmcn. A.) 

Wuliechsin, to speak plainly, to pronounce well. 

Wuliechtagun, he makes good again. 

Wuliechtschessu, hollow, rotten ; (out of use. A.) 

V^uligatschis, pretty little paw. 

"Wuligischgu, fine day. 

W^ulihan, to do somebody good. 

Wulihilleu, it is good ; (more exactly, it functions prop- 
erly, it works well. A.) 

^A^ulik, the good ; handsome, pretty. 

^A^uliken, it grows well, it thrives well. 

"Wulilaweman, to comfort, to give satisfaction. 

\A^ulilawemkewagan, our comfort. 

Wulilawendewagan, comfort. 

Wulileu, good news, it is a good time. 

W^ulilissin, to be good, to behave well. 

■Wulilissowagan, goodness, kindness. 

W^ulilissu, good, kind. 

Wulinamen, he likes it, it pleases him ; (arch., A.) 

Wulinaquot, it looks well. 

Wulinaxin, to appear well, to look fine. 

Wulineichquot, it is plainly visible. 

Wulinemen, to see very well. 

Wulipendamen, to hear well, to understand well. 



DICTIONARY. 175 

Wulipommissin, good walking. 

Wulipoquot, it has a fine taste. 

Wulisso, good, handsome, fine, pretty. 

Wulissowagan, fineness, prettiness, beauty. 

Wulistammen, to believe. 

Wulistammoewagan, faith, belief. 

Wulit, good, right, handsome, pretty ; well. 

Wulitehasu, well hewn, well cut, well squared ; {wuuh' 
tehasii. A.) 

W^ulitehemen, to hew well. 

^A^uliton, to make well. 

W^uliweuchsin, to know well. 

^Vuliwiechinen, to rest well. 

"Wuliwoatam, to know well, to be of good understand- 
ing. 

Wullamoc, Z., ancient. 

W^uloamisowe, lately, some days ago. 

Wulongachsis, a man's cousin; (out of use; it is from 
wulonquan, wing. A}j 

^A«^ulonquan, wing. 

Wulonquoam, to dream something good. 

Wulowachtauwoapin, to look over, to look beyond. 

Wulowinquehellan, to overlook, to take no notice of. 

Wulumhigiechen, to squat down. 

Wulummachdappin, to sit ; (especially on the ground 
with the legs in front. A?) 

Wulumqueu or W^ulumquot, a round hill. 

"Wunachgin, thou hand ! 



176 LENAPE-ENGLISH 

^Vunachk, his hand; his arm; (it means either. A.) 

Wunachqualoje, a sharp point; (the extreme end. A.) 

^Vunachquim, an acorn. 

^Vunajumawall, he carries him. 

Wunalan, to fetch somebody; (not in use; at present 
peschwan, means to bring some one. -^4.) 

"Wunattochton, to inquire, to search after. 

Wunattonamak, his son-in-law; (or her; proper form 
is wunattononiakwall. A.) 

Wundaman, to show to somebody ; to declare unto 
some one. 

■Wundanglen, to die for some cause. 

Wundangunsin, to pray for. 

^A^undanunxin, to be angry at, to be angry for some- 
thing. 

"Wundaptonen, to speak of 

"Wundchen, the wind comes from thence. 

^Vundchenneu, west, westerly; (out of use; the present 
word is elochsichgat, when the sun disappears. A) 

"Wundchennewunk, westward. 

Wundelemuin, to boast, to look upon as an honor ; 
(rather, to put trust or confidence ; it is from wuntschi, 
from; to rely upon what we expect /;w« another. A) 

Wundelendamoagan, boasting, glorying in. 

Wundenasik, where it is to be got from. 

Wundeu, it boils. 

Wundpeu, it leaks, it drops, it boils over; {kundpeu, it 
oozes out; wungiku, it leaks. A?) 



DICTIONARY. 177 

"Wundsowagan, misfortune ; (not now used. A.) 

Wundschun, the wind comes from a particular quarter, 

Wundsummen, Z., to cook (properly, to boil some- 
thing, A.). 

Wunenachgistawan, to hearken to somebody. 

Wunentsitawoaganit, his appearing. 

Wunipachgihilleu, it buds, it sprouts. 

Wunipak, leaf; (see Comdack.) 

Wunita, he can, he is able ; (he knows how. A.) 

Wunitaton, he can do it ; (he knows how to do it. A.) 

Wunspak, Z, juice (juice extracted by pressure; from 
zviintschi, i. e., that which cow.qs from. A). 

Wuntschi, of, on account of, from, therefore. 

Wuntschijeyju, where he belongs to, from whence he 
is. 

Wuntschiman, to call somebody hither. 

Wunutschi, he began. 

Wuschgink, eye, face, sight. 

W^uschginquiwi, face to face. 

"Wuskamamquot, new feeling. 

Wuskchum, young creature, young beast. 

Wuskelenape, young person. 

Wusken, anew, latterly. 

Wuskhaxen, a new shoe. 

Wuski, new. 

>Aruskijeyju, it is new. 

Wuskiochqueu, young woman. 

Wuttoney, beard. 

M 



178 LENAPfe-ENGLISII DICTIONARY. 

Wundamawachtowagan, declaration, message. 
^Vewoatamoewagan, wisdom. 
Wawangundowagan, salutation. 



Y. 

Yabtschi, Z., yet. 

Yanewi, Z.^ always. 

Yapeechen, H., along the bank (rather, along the edge 

of the water. A}j. 
Yapewi, Z., on the river bank (on the edge of the 

water. A}j. 
Yucke, Z.y now; gischquik, to-day; — untsclii, here; 

petschi, till now ; {yuch. A.) 
Yukella, O that! 
Yuni, H., this, this one. 
Yu undach, Z., on this side {j/uh windach. A.). 



Z. 

Zelozelos, cricket ; {tschelo'tschelos, an imitative word. 
A) 



INDEX 



Thefigjtres in broad-faced type indicate the page, those that/ollatu, the line. 



Aaron root, 72, 6. 

Abandon, to, 95, 10. 

Abates, the freshet, 132, 2 — the 

water, 48, 12. 
Abide in somebody, 12, 12. 
Able, he is, 177, 8. 
Abode, 12, 8 — to make an, 158, 16. 
Abominably, to lie, 98, 11. 
Abort, to, 130, 14. 
About, 12, I ; 45, 7 — the present 

time, 51, 13 — this time, 112, 8 

— to turn, 44, 17 — to walk, 12, 

2 ; 86, 3 — turned, 44, 18. 
Above, 24, 5; 49, 4; 167, 2, 3, 4 

— from, 49, 4 — the earth, 49, 4. 
Abridgment, 31, 20. 
Abroad, 56, 6 — to be always, 85, 19 

— to carry, 17, 5. 
Absolutely not, 139, 20. 
Abundance, 156, 15, 16. 
Abuse to, 70, 15 — each other by 

words to, 75, 12 — some one, to, 

56, 23. 
Accept, to, 91, 13, 
Accident, an, 148, 24 — bad, 145, 

20 ; 160, 16 — to meet by, 99, 13. 
Accidentally, 117, 24. 
Accomplished, 106, 18. 
According to, 89, 14. 
Account of, on, 177, il. 
Accusation, 10, 15; 13, 3; 42, 5; 

60, 6 — bad, 69, II. 
Accuse him, one who helped to, 

164, I — somebody, to, 69, 9. 
Acorn, an, 151, 2; 176, 3. 



Acquaintance, his, 155, 22. 
Acquainted with, to be, 52, 20. 
Acquire, to, 107, 4. 
Act, so, to, 65, 4 — strangely, to, 13, 

24 — wicked, 69, 15. 
Action, bad, 37, 8; 70, 22. 
Active, to be, 162, 18, 
Activity, 17, 2. 
Admire, to, 173, 8. 
Admittance, 154, 19. 
Admonish, to, 41, 20; 46, 14 — 

somebody, to, 41, 21. 
Admonition, 46, 15. 
Adultery, to commit, 54, i. 
Adults, 53, II. 
Advantage, to desire to give one an, 

49. 19- 
Adversary, 129, I. 
Advice, 24, 3; 135, 17; 169, 9. 
Advise one another, to, 150, 22— 

with, to, 163, 10. 
Advocates our cause, he, 172, 12. 
Affirm, to, 54, 19. 
Afflicted to death, to be, 9, 7. 
Afloat, 89, 13. 
Afoot, to go, 119, 2. 
After, 89, 9; 169, 23— a little 

while, 22, 14 — Sunday, 15, 20. 
Afternoon, 92, 7, 10 — in the, 135, 

12. 
Afterward, 169, 23. 
Again, 52, 5; 61, 2; 146, 24; 155, 

10; 165, I. 
Against, 88, 13; 143, 13 — one's 

inclination, to be, 129, 4. 



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180 



INDEX. 



Aged, 53, 1 1— to be, 53, 13 ; 84, 21. 
Ago, a little while, 40, 3; 41, 24; 

171, II— long, 62, 2; 65, 17; 

171, 14— not long, 40, 3. 
Agony of death, 78, 24. 
Agree to, 95, 18— -with one another, 

to, 88, 18. 
Agreement, 71, 20; 88, 19. 
Agrees, it, 71, 26. 
Aground, it is, 28, 9. 
Ague, the, 99, 14. 
Ah! 51, 14. 
Aid, an, 163, 15. 
Air, 62, 13. 

Alder tree, the, 143, 8. 
Alike, just, 143, 10, 13 — to make 

it, 143, II. 
Aliment, 86, 7. 
All, 144, 23 ; 154, 8 — for good and, 

15, II — is ready, 104, 15 — over 

the country, 32, 9 — the world 

round, 33, i — to carry, 154, 7 — 

together, 143, 15. 
Alliance, an, 79, 18. 
Allow, to, 63, 4. 
Ally, to, 79, 20. 
Almighty, the, 34, 6. 
Almost, 36, 18; 38, 4; 154, 21 — 

nearly, 36, 10 — too much, 36, 10. 
Alone, 71, 25; 78, 15; 89, i; 93, 

1 — let, 50, II — let it, 52, 4 — to 

be, 88, 24; 93, 2, 3 — to be 

quite, 93, 13. 
Along shore, 50, 18 — the bank, 50, 

18; 178, 6 — the road, 32, li — 

to roll, 17, 9 — to take, 39, 10. 
Aloud, to cry, 46, 27. 
Already, 16, 14; 83, 7. 
Also, 33, II; 141, 18; 165, I. 
Also, they, 52, 16 — thou, 52, 13 — 

we, 52, 14 — ye, 52, 15. 
Although, 82, 13; 139,17; 143,15- 
Always, 9, 3 ; 50, 17 ; 95, 1 1 ; 178, 

5 — well, to be, 152, 16. 



Am, as I, 33, 20. 

Amiss, to do, 108, i — to shoot, 107, 

19. 
Among each other, 156, 18. 
Amusing tale, an, 55, 7. 
Ancestors, 12, 13; 86, 15. 
Ancient, 175, 14. 
And, 165, I. 

Anew, 155, 10; 177, 20. 
Anger, 24, 9; 60, 5 ; 74, 14; 113, 

20— to, 59, 16; 105, I. 
Angle, to, 20, 16. 
Angry, to be, 74, 13 — at, to be, 176, 

II — for something, to be, 176, 11. 
Anguish, 122, 7 — mental, 58, 9 — 

of mind, to be in, 58, 8. 
Animal, any domesticated, 18, 9 — 

domestic, 29, 6 — the trail of an, 

130, 18 — to skin an, 26, I4. 
Animate, 25, 23. 
Anoint, to, 126, 10. 
Another, 58, 12; 115,17; 136,21 

— manner, 58, 12 — to pay one, 

30, I. 
Answer, to, 88, 20 — somebody, to, 

88, 17. 
Answering, exclamation used in, 

103, 13, 14. 
Answers the purpose, it, 140, 21. 
Ant, 33, 8. 
Anvil, 22, 15. 
Any, 140, 8. 
Anything, 89, 8; 140, 8. 
Anywhere, 137, 6 — around, 165, 3. 
Apart, 144, 16 — to pull, 66, 4. 
Apparent, 93, 7. 
Appear, to, 94, 8 — well, to, 174, 

23. 
Appearance, his, 33, 12. 
Appearing, his, 177, 5. 
Appears, as he, 33, 12 — large, it, 77, 

18. 
Apple, 22, 4 — crab, 142, 22 — May, 

74, 19 — wild, 142, 22. 



INDEX. 



181 



Appoint somebody to an office, to, 

122, 15. 
Apprehension, 16, 10. 
Approliation, 160, 2 — exclamation 

of, 30, 8. 
Approval, exclamation of, 45, 2 ; 

52, II. 
Ardent, 131, 6; 133, 6. 
Ardently, to desire, 29, 3. 
Arise, to, 20, 18; 142, 21. 
Arm, his, 176, i; the tiiick part of 

the, 29, 13. 
Arms, open, 139, 1 1 — outstretched, 

129, 23. 
Around, anywhere, 165, 3 — to go 

all, 164, 17 — to stand all, 164, 

15- 

Arrest somebody, to, 136, 17; 142,3. 

Arrow, 18, 19; 72, 12. 

Arse, 133, 16 — -hole, the, 124, 16. 

As, 32, 18; 33, 5; 64, 8— also, 91, 
2 — big, 32, 19 — far, 131, 20 — he 
appears, 33, 12 — he does, 33, 21 
— he is minded, 33, 21 — he saith, 
33, 22 — he thinks, 33, 14 — I am, 
33, 20— I do, 33, 20; if, 72, 7; 
I35j 7 — is customary, 33, 9 — is 
usual with one, 33, 9 — it is, 32, 
4 — it were, 71, 7 — long, 131, 20 
— many as, 34, 12 — many as are 
here, 34, 9 — much again, 61, 2 — 
much as, 34, 12 — much as one 
owes, 34, 10 — much so, 32, 18 — 
often as, 32, 18; 34, 11 — soon 
as, 58, 20; 64, 8; 144, 23— that, 
33, 10 — the other, 33, 10 — this, 
33, 10; 64, 17 — well as, 32, 18; 
165, I — wide as, 32, 19. 

Ascend, to, 23, 17, 19. 

Ascension, 169, 10. 

Ash, 83, 20 — black, 104, 13. 

Ashamed, to be, 73, 5; 84, I, 2, 4 
— to be made, 84, 5 — of one's 
self, to be, 84, 2. 



Ashes, 119, 10; 120, 21 — hard 
burnt, 166, 25 — light, 117, 27 — 
light white, 84, 13. 

Ask for, to, 152, 14 — pardon, to, 
78, 23. 

Assassinate, to, 53, 23. 

Assassination, 53, 21. 

Assemble, to, 76, 5. 

Assembled, 76, 13 — to be, 76, 12. 

Assist each other, to, 164, 6 — some- 
body, to, 163, 5. 

Assistant, 163, 15. 

Assure, to, 54, 19. 

Astringent, 142, i. 

Asunder, 144, 16, 17 — it splits, 144, 
18 — split, 144, 18 — to break, 105, 
3— to go, 16, 8. 

At all times, 9, 3 ; 50, 17 — first, 95, 
26 — last, 83, 16; 90, 13, 20 — 
what time, 135, 4. 

Attach one's self to, 21, 20. 

Attack, to, 122, 10. 

Attention to, to pay, 109, 2. 

Attire, 173, 20. 

Auger, 118, I. 

August, the month of, 123, 10 ; 159, 

15- 

Aunt, 117, 25. 

Aurora, the, 68, 12. 

Authority, 146, 9. 

Autumn, 136, 7 — month, 54, 12. 

Avaricious, 24, 8 — to be, 127, 13. 

Avert, to, 45, 10. 

Awake, 167, 5 — to, 142, 21. 

Aware of some one, to be, loi, 10. 

Away, he that is going, 32, 15 — to 
be cast, 23, 2 — to bring some- 
body, 18, 16 — to carry, 18, 15; 
75, 2 — to go, 18, 17; 107, 21 — 
to go all, 154, 12 — to throw, 107, 
2 — weeping, to go, 18, 14. 

Awful, 145, 20. 

Awhile, 45, 25. 

Awl, 87, 15. 



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INDEX. 



Axe, 140, 7 — an, 147, 18 — broad, 

105, 14 — to cut with an, 44, 3. 
Ay! 31, 12. 
Aye! 31, 9. 



Babbler, a, 156, i. 

Babe, 19, 23. 

Babes, sucking, 100, I. 

Bachelor, a, 53, 6. 

Back, 151, 7 — the, 152, 12 — to 
come, 22, 3; to drive, 46, 17 — 
to give, 46, 26 — to lie on the, 151, 
18 — to look, 44, 16; 46, 16 — to 
push, 45, 10. 

Backache, to have, 152, 13. 

Backbone, 132, 10. 

Backside, 133, 16. 

Backwards, 151, 7. 

Bad, 6g, 14, 23; 70, il, 12, 13, 14; 
71, 9; 72, 14; 78, 7, 8 — action, 
37, 8; 70, 22 — accusation, 69, 11 
— behavior, 37, 8 — it is too, 17, 
17 — morning weather, 69, 12 — 
report, 10, 15 — shoes, 69, 13 — 
times, 69, 24 — travelling, to have, 
II, 22. 

Badger, a, 87, 16. 

Badly, to travel, 75, 21. 

Bag, 81, 21 ; 128, 3 — saddle, 27, 
12 — shot, 18, 21. 

Bait, 76, 21. 

Baking, the bread is done, 42, 8. 

Bald, 85, 25 — eagle, 165, 20 — 
headed, 86, 26. 

Ball of the foot, 39, 27; 40, i — 
round, 120, 11. 

Band for carrying burdens, a, 47, 
22. 

Bank, a high, 51, i — along the, 50, 
18; 178, 6, of a river, high, 14, 
II — on the 51, I — on the river, 
178, 7 — steep, 108, 16. 

Banner, 68, 22. 



Baptism, 133, l8. 
Baptized, 133, 19. 
Bare, 86, 25 ; 87, 3 — to make one, 

133. 24- 

Barefoot, 80, 12. 

Barefooted, to be, 80, 13. 

Bargain, 88, 19 — in the, 47, 21. 

Bark, 20, 25 — canoe, 20, 24; 162, 
2 — of a tree, 49, i— of trees, the 
inner, 157, 18 — trunk, 161, 21. 

Barrel, 47, 15. 

Barren, 78, 25 — tree, 79, 3. 

Basin, a, 170, 6. 

Basket, 138, 14 — a, 83, 19— wood, 
25, 15. 

Baskets, to make, 138, 15. 

Bast, 157, 18. 

Bath, sweat by a, a8, 15. 

Bathe, to, 121, 5 ; 141, 22. 

Battery of a gun lock, 30, 17. 

Battle, to die in, 9, 8. 

Bay, wild, 35, 18. 

Be in somebody, to, la, 12 — it 
where it may, 137, 5 — of opinion, 
to, 39i 7 — so good, 15, 12 — will- 
ing, 38, 3- 

Bead, 74, 17. 

Beads, white, 165, 26. 

Beam, 12, 3. 

Bean, 47, 8; 72, 8. 

Beans, 47, 3 — earth, 47, 3 — wild, 
124, 2. 

Bear, 69, 2 — she, loi, 24 — to kill 
a, 96, 8. 

Beard, 147, 19; 177, 25. 

Bears, plenty of, 69, 3. 

Beast, 25, 4 — a wild, i65, 10 — 
tame, 152, 21 — young, 177, 18. 

Beasts, female of, 103, 4 — male of, 
63, 20. 

Beat, to, io5, 13; 118, 9; 119,14; 
132, 7 — hard, to, 56, 20 — oil, to, 
iiS, 15 — somebody, to, 105, 8; 
118, 21 — the drum, to, 118, 9. 



INDEX. 



183 



Beaten road, 56, 25. 

Beating, 113, 11. 

Beauty, 175, 4. 

Beaver, 58, 16 — bait, 76, 21. 

Because, 33, 5^; 91, 2; loi, i, 2; 

155, I- 
Become a child, to, 153, I — flesh, to, 

104, 4 ; one, to, 79, 20. 
Bed, 38, 21 ; a, 12, 9 ; 38, 15. 
Bedaub, to, 98, 22. 
Bedstead, 27, 6 — an Indian, 143, 

21. 
Bee, 20, 12 — hive, 20, 13. 
Beech tree, red, 126, 18 — white, 

138, 12. 
Beechwood, 126, 17. 
Beer, 76, 19 — to brew, 76, 19. 
Before, 33, 13 ; 96, 4— now, 97, 14 ; 

164, 13,18. 
Beforehand, 96, 4. 
Beg, to, 152, 14 — on, to, 78, 23. 
Began, he, 177, 14. 
Beget a child, to, 149, i. 
Beggar, 23, 8. 
Begin war, to, 102, 13. 
Beginning, at the, 97, 14; 102, 10 

— of summer, 139, 12 — to be from 

the, 97, 13. 
Begotten, 78, 27. 

Behave well, to, 174, 18 — wonder- 
fully, to, 13, 24. 
Behaved, foolish, 56, 16. 
Behavior, 61, 17; 153, 11 ; bad, 

37. 8— good, 173, 6— sinful, 75, 4. 
Behind, 25, 14, 15 ; 151, 7 ; 169, 23 

— the fence, 25, 12 — the house, 

25, 8 — to leave, 95, 10. 
Behold, 65, 14 — to, 10, 12; 64, 24; 

112, 22 ; 137, 10. 
Belief, 171, 10; 175, 6. 
Beheve, to, 103, 23; 171, 9; 175, 

5 — to be blameless or holy, to, 

57, 4 — what is said, to, 171, 24. 
Believer in Christ, 154, 6. 



Bell, 124, 7; 131, 16; 133, 2 — to 
ring the, 124, 6, 8. 

Belhed, thick, 77, 4. 

Bellows, 120, 26. 

Belly, 150, 4; fat in an animal's, 
158, 12 — the net inside the, 152, 
19 — ache, he has the, 150, 3. 

Belong to a place, to, 155, 2. 

Belongs to, where he, 177, 12. 

Beloved, 14, 25; 31, 5 — above all 
things, the, 33, 26 — best, 33, 26 
— the, 14, 17 ; 31, 6. 

Below, from, 47, 12. 

Belt, a, 39, I — of wampum, 103, 3. 

Bench, 47, 19; 62, 17. 

Bend in the river, a, 165, 7 — it, 165, 
II — of the river, in the, 32, 14. 

Bends, it, 127, 2. 

Beneath, 34, 18. 

Benefit, to enjoy a, 172, 8. 

Bent, 150, 18. 

Bequeath, to, 95, 10. 

Beshit, to, 87, 14. 

Besides, 52, 5. 

Best, 71, 25; 154, 5 — beloved, 33, 
26— the, 34, 3— the very, 34, 5. 

Betray each other, to, 40, 15 — some- 
body to, 40, 14; 58, 18. 

Better, 85, 12; 170, 10 — a little, 
85, 12 — to grow, 53, 9 — to love, 

51, 3- 
Between, 141, 6 — to step or stand, 

35,9- 

Bewitch, to, 74, 2. 
Bewitched, one is, 72, 10. 
Beyond, 24, 5 ; 25, 14, 15 — to look, 

175. 19- 

Big, 19, 13; 76, 26; 77, 12— as, 
32, 19 — and wide as the world is, 
as, 33. I — as, as, 33, 2 — rock, 37, 
10 — too, 168, 7 — trough, 28, I. 

Bill of a fowl or bird, 157, 5. 

Bind up into sheaves, to, 21, 17 — 
up or dress a wound, to, 11, 1 8. 



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Binding, 36, 4. 

Birch bark, 161, 21— tree, 157, 7. 

Bird, 146, 25 — a, 24, 11, 12 — bill 
of a fowl or, 157, 5 — black, 147, 
8 — little, 147, I — red, 79, 10 — 
the young of a, 21, 9. 

Birds and fowls, male of, 63, 21. 

Bird's nest, 150, i. 

Birth, 79, i. 

Biting, 53. 2, 5. 

Bitter, 142, i — weed, the, 157, I. 

Black, 134, 12, 14 — ash, 104, 13 — 
bird, 147, 8 — cloth, 15, 15— fish, 
134, 9, 10 — fox, 170, 20 — it looks, 
134, II — man, 94, II — oak, 162, 
2 — or broad cloth, 13, 5 — snake, 
134, 5 — snakeroot, 26, 1 1 — thread, 
134. 13— yarn, 134. '3- 

Blackberries, 13, 6. 

Bladder, 167, 6 — a blown, 151, 12. 

Blamable, to be, 144, i. 

Blame, 73, 21 —one another, to, 
10, 16 — somebody, to, 73, 19. 

Blamed, to be, 73, 20. 

Blameless, to believe to be, 57, 4 — 
to live, 152, 17. 

Blanket, 13, 5 ; 15, 15 — white, 165, 

17- 
Bleed, to, 131, 22 — at the nose, to, 

79, 12 — fast, to, 57, 7 — to death, 

to, 9,4; 83, 8. 
Bless somebody, to, 172, 9. 
Blessed, the, 153, 23. 
Blessing, 172, 10. 
Blind, 10, 19 ; 38, 25 — I am, 95, 4 — 

person, a, 38, 25 — to be, 10, 18. 
Blood, 79, 9, 14; 86, 18 — to let, 

105, 9- 

Bloody, 79, 9, 16 ; 81, 22, 23 — flux, 

79. "• 

Blossoms, it, 166, 18. 
Blot out, to, 146, 4. 
Blow, to, 120, 25 — the nose, to, 
124, II. 



Blows hard, the wind, 56, 19. 

Blue, 130, 7 — bird, 145, i, 8. 

Blunder in speaking, to, 117, 6. 

Blunt, 58, 3; 161, 25. 

Boar, 154, I. 

Board, log, 14 — a, 106, 2 — a thick, 
28, 18 — saw, 105, 17 — with, to, 
163, 22. 

Boards, to make, log, 15. 

Boast, to, 176, 16. 

Boasting, 176, 17. 

Boat, 20, 9 — line, 44, 22 — wood, 
the, 20, II. 

Bodily, 47, 6; 150, 12. 

Body, 47, 5 ; 150, II — the, 27, II. 

Bog meadow, 129, 2. 

Boil, a, 120, 18 — to, 156, 21 — water 
in till dry, to, 48, 14. 
! Boiled, 160, 21 — enough, 160, 22. 
I Boils, it, 176, 19 — over, 176, 20 — 
I over, it, 108, 8. 

Bone, 166, 23. 

Bony, 149, 18. 
j Book, 26, I; 62, 24; 72, 19. 

Booty, 130, I. 

Border, those who live on the, 128, 

5- 
I Bored through, 126, il. 

Born, 43, 6 — to be, 43, 5 ; 78, 26 ; 

86, 6. 
Borrowed, 41, 16. 
. Bosom, the, 29, 18. 
j Both, 33, 16— sides, on, 156, 10. 
j Bottle, a, 31, 4. 
I Bottom land, 170, 12— of a keg, 

I 158. 9- 

Bough, a, 148, 4. 

Boulder, a, 37, 10. 
I Bound, 42, 14. 
I Boundary, a, 53, i. 
I Bow, 48, 2 — one's self down, to, 

84, 15 — toward, to, 84, 16. 
j Bowl, 120, 14 — a, 170, 6 — large, 
i 28, I. 



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185 



Box bush, the, 124, 25 — made of 
bark, 161, 21 — with each other, 
to, 106, 16. 

Boy, 115, 14 — big, 115, II — little, 
115, 13 — to be a, 115, 12. 

Brace one's self for a jump, to, 10, 
20. 

Brain, 147, 17. 

Bran, 66, 5 ; 127, 25. 

Branch, 131, 5 — a, 148, 4. 

Branches, 113, 13. 

Brandy, 76, 14; 162, 5. 

Bread, 12, 17 — bit of, 108, 13 — 
huckleberry, 84, 24 — is done 
baking, the, 42, 8 — mixed with 
beans, 71, ii — my, 92, 13 — piece 
of, 12, 18 — white, 165, 16. 

Break, to, 105, 3, 13; 118, 12; iig, 
22 — in two, 119, 24 — off, 1X2, 
21 — in the ice, to, 76, 25 — of day, 
the, 95, 3 — off, to, 35, 17 — off in 
speaking, to, 15, 16 — off speaking, 
to, 82, 25. 

Breast, pain in the, 153, 15 — the, 
29, 18; 153, 14. 

Breasts of a woman, the, loi, 11. 

Breath, 62, 13, 16. 

Breathe, to, 62, 15. 

Breathing, to cease, 15, 25. 

Breech of a gun, 56, 15 ; 158, 9. 

Breeches, leather, 27, 17. 

Brethren, 97, 12. 

Brew beer, to, 76, 19. 

Briars, 38, 12. 

Brick, 68, 18 — unburnt, 165, 27. 

Bridge, 136, 18. 

Bridle, 44, 14 — bit, 38, 16. 

Bridled, 61, 6. 

Bright, 149, 16. 

Brightly, it shines, 122, 23. 

Brightness, 149, 16. 

Bring, to, 1 14, 20 — somebody away, 
to, 18, 15 — somebody home, to, 
75 » 3— together, to, 76, 6. 



Brisk, to be, 162, 18. 

Broad, 10, 6; 31, ii — axe, 105, 

14 — saw, 105, 17. 
Broadness, 31, 10. 
Broil, to, 12, 21. 
Broken, 119, 21, 23; 143, 19 — off, 

144, 18 — up, 65, 20. 
Brokenly, to speak, 19, 15. 
Broom, 145, 5. 

Broth, 57, 23 — sweet, 159, 24. 
Brother, elder, 27, 5 — in-law, his, 

150, 2 — my, 97, 9 — or sister, 

younger, 27, 16. 
Brotherhood, 159, 5. 
Brother's wife, his, 163, 11. 
Brought to somebody, to be, 114, 14. 
Brown, 161, 12. 
Bruise one's self by accident, to, 134, 

4 — the finger nail, to, 20, 14 — 

the hand, to, 26, 17. 
Bruised, 108, 24. 
Bubble, a, 151, 12. 
Buck, 15, 9; 107, 9 — great, 27, 

20 — young, 24, 18. 
Bud, to, 22, II. 
Buds, it, 132, 13; 177, 6. 
Buffalo, the, 132, 21. 
Build, to, 157, 21. 
Builders, 157, 20. 
Building log, 81, 24. 
Bullet, 18, 19; 120, 9 — mould, 18, 

20. 
Bullfrog, 20, 23 ; 103, 21. 
Bundle, 164, 11 — a, 157, 3. 
Burden, to load somebody with a, 

164, 10. 
Burdens, a band for carrying, 47, 

22. 
Burial, 139, 18 — place, a, 70, 20. 
Buried, 150, 24 — to be, 139, 14. 
Burn, to, 67, 3, 5, 6; 139, 7 ; 152, 

2 — it begins to, 131,6 — the kettle, 

II, 17. 
Burning, 133, 6, 8. 



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INDEX. 



Burns, it, 67, 7 — in a flame, it, 66, 
17 — me, it, 162, 8 — well, it, 160, 

I, 3- 

Burnt, 67, 4. 

Burst open, to fall and, 29,5. 

Burthensome, 149, 10. 

Bury, to, 139, 18. 

Bush, 161, 8 — a, 9, II — thorn, 68, 
25. 

Bushnet, 13, 9 — for fishing, 12, 22 — 
to fish with, a, 13, 8. 

Bushy, 9, II. 

Bushy place, a, 161, 8. 

Busily, 162, 17. 

Business, those that have the care of 
some, go, 23. 

But. 94, 12 ; 130, 15 — few, 139, 2 — 
if, 15, 12 — then, 130, 17. 

Butt end of a tree, 158, lO. 

Buttocks, 133, 16. 

Buttonwood, the, 20, li. 

Buy, to, 15, 14; 78, 18, 20. 

Buzzard, turkey, 19, 16. 

By, 149, 3 — and bye, 22, 14; 89, 
14; no, 17 — close, 36, 10 — de- 
grees, 20, 26; 21, I — little and 
little, 20, 26; 21, I ; 141, 18 — to 
pass, 17, 7 — the way, 22, 12 ; 32, 
12. 



Cabin, a, 63, 14 — covered with 

grass, 84, 8. 
Calabash, a, 171, 13. 
Calamus-root, 113, 12. 

Calf, III, 2; 155, 9 — little, 87, 8— 
of the elbow, iii, 3 — of the leg, 
164, 8. 

Call, 155, 4 — each other, to, 155, 
5 — somebody hither, to, 177, 13. 

Called, 67, 8 — as he is, 32, 17. 

Calling, exclamation used in, 51, II. 

Calm mind, to be of a, 55, 11. 



Calmness, 58, 7 — of mind, 15, 8 ; 
55, 12. 

Came, whence he, 154, 20. 

Camp, 77, 22. 

Camped, 76, I. 

Can, he, 177, 8 — he, doit, 177, 9 — 
I, 98, 27. 

Candle, 152, I. 

Candle snuffers, 139, 22. 

Canoe, 20, 9 — bark, 20, 24 ; 162, 2 
— floats, the, 89, 13 — little, 20, 
10 — is finished, the, 42, 15 — 
rope, 44, 22 — to enter a, 120, 
22 — with somebody, to go in a, 
156, 20. 

Cap, 17, 21. 

Capability, 146, 17. 

Captain, 60, 3. 

Captives, 139, 21. 

Care, 20, 21 — of somebody, to take, 
39, 12; 113, 2 — of, to take, 39, 
14; 59, II; 91, 19 — to be free 
from trouble or, 55, 21 — to be 
without, 58, S — to take, 20, 22 — 
to take somebody in, 170, 16. 

Careful, to be, 92, 21. 

Carries him, he, 176, 4. 

Carry, abroad, to, 17, 5 — all, to, 154, 
7 — a load, to, 90, 7; 164, 12 — 
away, to, 18, 15; 75, 2 — some- 
body, to, 90, 6 — some one 
through, to, 34, 23. 

Cart, 141, 12. 

Cask, 47, 15. 

Cast away, to be, 23, 2. 

Castrate, to, 145, 6. 

Cat, a wild, 96, l ; 145, 15. 

Cataract, 133, 20. 

Catch something with a net, 13, 7- 

Caterpillar, 86, 22. 

Catfish, 162, 9. 

Cattle, 24, 10— horned, 155, 16 — 
the owner of, 152, 23 — to have, 
152, 22. 



INDEX. 



187 



Caught, 56, 7. 

Cause, he advocates our, 172, 12 — 

to, 42, 21 — to hear, to, 112, 13 — 

to live until now, to, 1 14, II. 
Cautiousness, 20, 21. 
Cave, a, 151, i. 
Cease, to, 65, 24. 
Cease breathing, to, 15,28. 
Ceases, the wind, 15, 24. 
Cedar, red, 79, 6 — swamp, 140, 3 — 

white, 137, 9. 
Cellar, a, 47, 2. 
Certain, 125, 17 — of it, I am, 100, 

15 — one, a, 71, 21; 79, 17 — to 

be, 24, 19; 100, 15. 
Certainly, 54, 13 — true, 125, 17. 
Chain, a, 49, 3; 133, 13. 
Chair, 47, 19; 62, 17. 
Chalk, 165, 18. 
Chance, by, iii, 7; 117, 24 — to 

hear by, log, 3 — to miss one's, 

108, 21. 
Chapter, 22, 18. 
Charge, 13, 3. 
Charged, 116, 19. 
Chase or drive hither, to, 114, 

19. 
Chaste, 115, 21, 23 ; 116, I — to be, 

115, 20. 
Chastisement, 19, 19. 
Cheap, 22, 24; 137, 21. 
Cheapen, to, 137, 22. 
Cheat, to, 11, 9. 
Cheek, 167, 15. 
Cherry, wild, 87, 13. 
Chestnut, 166, 8 — tree, 149, 15 ; 

166, 9. 
Chew, to, 130, 16; 134, 3. 
Chicken, little, 142, 15. 
Chief, 123, 13 — a, 167, 9 — man, 53, 

14 — to make to a, 123, 14. 
Child, 19, 21 — my, 99, 4, 5 — to be- 
come a, 153, I — to iDeget or bring 

forth a, 149, I. 
o 



Child's nurse, 102, 3. 

Childish, 19, 22. 

Childlike, 19, 22 ; 153, 2. 

Children, to have, 102, 2. 

Chin, 49, 12. 

Chips, 129, 25 ; 168, 14. 

Chisel, a, 119, 27. 

Choose, to, 10, 7 ; 117, i. 

Chop fish, 63, II — to, 44, 2,3 — 
wood, to, 74, 4. 

Chosen, the, 38, 23 — thy, 38, 22. 

Christ, believer in, 154, 6. 

Church, no, 7 — hind part of a, 
133, 16 — to come out of, 58, 24. 

Circle, 113, 21 — they stand in a, 
150, 13 — to stand in 3,165, 2. 

Circular, 141, 11. 

City, 149, 13— great, 55, 3. 

Civil, to speak, 141, 16. 

Clam, 31, 2; 118, 13. 

Claws, 157, 15. 

Clay, 23, 21 — daubed with, 23, 24 — 
to mix, 23, 25. 

Clean, 57, 2, 6; 115, 16 — to be, 57, 
12; 115, 19,23; 116, I — to make, 
57, 10. 

Cleanly, it looks, 116, 2. 

Cleahse, to, 57, 13. 

Cleansed, to be, 115, 14. 

Clear, 42, II; 57, 9; 86, 25; 87, 
3; 151, 20; 164, 23; 172, 4— 
day, 152, 6 — it is, 42, 12 — sun- 
shine, 151, 19; 152, 3 — water, 
57, II — weather, 87, 2; 172, i. 

Clearly, 87, 3. 

Cleft of a rock, in the, 29, 12. 

Climb hither, to, 114, 3— up, I, 60, 
3 — up, to, 39, 18 ; 60, 8. 

Climbs up, it, 60, 16. 

Close by, 36, 10 ; 41, 14; no, 19. 

Close, to shut, 45, 8 — together, 
120, I. 

Cloth, black, 13, 5; 15, 15 — his, 
30, 14- 



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INDEX. 



Clothe somebody, to, ii, i6; ii6, 
17 — someone, to, 111,4. 

Clothed, III, 8. 

Clothes-Iice, 27, 2. 

Clothes, to put on, 13, 2 — to put on 
somebody, 116, 23. 

Clothing, 13, 2; 30, 13; III, 9. 

Cloud, II, 14. 

Cloudy, II, 13, 15. 

Clown, 38, 14. 

Coal, 47, 4 — of fire, 68, II; 78, 

17- 

Coarse linen, 19, 12. 

Coat, 126, 8. 

Cock, a turkey, 26, 12 — of a gun- 
lock, 71, 16. 

Cold, 139, 23 — it is, 141, 13 ; 142, 
6 — morning, 137, 13 — to be, 138, 
17 — to shake for, loi, 21. 

Colic, 152, 8. 

Collect, to, 76, 6. 

Collectively, 76, 13. 

Collector, 76, 2. 

Color, what, 134, 19. 

Colt's foot, the herb, 19, 17. 

Comb, to, 144, 22. 

Come, 38, 3 — to, 104, 8 — awhile 
ago, to, 116, 26 — back, to, 22, 3 — 
before somebody, to, 96, 7 — 
down, to, 96, 2; 112, 24 — from 
cutting wood, to, 22, 2 — from 
hunting, to, 21, 23 — from plant- 
ing, to, 21, 21 — from somewhere, 
to, 137, 2 — from somewhere rap- 
idly, to, 149, 4 — from whence, 
to, 103, 25 — from work, to, 21, 
24 — hither, to, 115, 2 — in a trou- 
blesome time, to, 124, I — into 
danger, to, 99, 13 — nigh to me, 
to, 82, 6 — or go for something, to, 
148, 23 — out of church, to, 58, 24 
— out of the house, to, 59, 5 — 
together again, to, 61, 4 — to one's 
senses, to, 167, 5 — to seek, to. 



114, 2 — to somebody, to, 98, 10 

— up with somebody, to, 75, 10. 
Comes, it, iii, 14, 15. 
Cometh, he that, iii, 13. 
Comfort, 89, 17; 174, 16 — our, 

174, 15— to, 174, 14. 
Comforter, 153, 18. 
Coming, his, 104, 3 — on, he is, 114, 

22 — they are, iii, 22. 
Commanded, 61, 6. 
Commandment, 122, 18; 135, 17; 

153,4- 
Commit adultery, to, 54, i. 
Commodiousness, 54, 8. 
Commonly, 48, 15. 
Companion, 99, 3. 
Comparative form, 17, lO; 17, 16. 
Compare, to, 72, i. 
Compass, 113, 21. 
Compassionate some person, to, 40, 

17- 

Complete, 106, 17 — to, 106, 20. 

Completed, 106, 19. 

Comrade, a, 147, 6. 

Conceal, to, 37, 6, 23. 

Conceive, to, 118, 6. 

Concern, 59, 12; 122, 8 — to wait 
for with much, 29, 3. 

Concerned for, to be, 59, 11 ; 109, 
2 — for somebody, to be, 59, 9 — 
for some one, to be, 113, 2 — for 
something, to be, 59, 10 — to be 
no more, 119, 6. 

Concerning, 149, 3. 

Conclude, to, 42, 7. 

Concluded, 42, 6. 

Condemn, to, 39, 22. 

Condemnation, 39, 21. 

Condemned, to be, 39, 20. 

Condemneth, he that, 39, 23. 

Condescend, to, 138, 5. 

Conduct, 153, II — good, 173, 6. 

Confederation, 79, 18. 

Confide in, to, 89, 16. 



INDEX. 



189 



Confidence, 89, 19. 

Confusion, 122, 5. 

Congregation, 81, 17. 

Conjecture, to, 153, 9 ; i6g, 24. 

Conquer somebody, to, 118, 21. 

Conquered, 132, 3. 

Conscious, to become, 104, 6. 

Consider, to, 113, 3; 144, 3 — about 
somebody, to, 113, 2 — somebody 
to be, to, 153, 8; 173, 7. 

Consideration, 113, 4. 

Considered, to have, 43, 12. 

Conspiracy, a, 26, 19. 

Constantly, 95, 11. 

Consult, to, 24, 2. 

Contains but little, it, 73, 22. 

Contemptible, 75, 15. 

Contend, to, 55, 15. 

Content, to be, 140, 17. 

Contrary, 88, 13 — mind, 22, 13. 

Convenience, 54, 8. 

Convenient, 54, 7. 

Conversation, 8g, 5. 

Convert, to, 59, 3. 

Convince of the truth, to, 171, 15. 

Cook, to, 123, 2; 156, 21 ; 177, 3. 

Cooked, 40, 8. 

Cool, 141, 23. 

Copper, 68, 9 — snake, 68, 7; 79, 15. 

Coquettish girl, a, 104, 7. 

Cord, 19, 3. 

Cordial, 153, 7. 

Corn blossom falls off, the, no, 9. 

Corn, boiled whole, 82, 12 — coarse 
pounded, shelled, 127, 16 — ear 
of, 81, 25 — his, 158, 25 — husk, 
127, 25 — Indian, 27, 7 — is ripe, 
the, 159, 14 — roasted, 12, 19; 
35. 15— stalk, 132, 9. 

Corner of a house, outside, 132, il. 

Corners, many, 47, 23. 

Corporeal, 47, 6 — material, 79, 4. 

Correct, 125, 12— to be, 125, 5. 

Corresponds, it, 71, 26. 



Corrupted, 70, 18. 
Corruption, 79, 23 ; 80, 2, 
Cost, what does it, 137, II. 
Cough, 27, 26 — to, 27, 24; 168, 3 

— whooping, 9, 5 — to have the, 9, 

6. 
Coughing, he has a disease with, 

27. 25. 
Council with, to hold, 163, 10. 
Counsel, 24, 3; 169, 9 — to hold, 

24. 2. 
Count, to, II, 5; 137, I. 
Country, a flat, 129, 5 — all over the, 

32, 9- 
Cousin, 65, 7, 23 — a man's, 175, 16 

— a woman's, 103, 2. 
Covenant, 88, 19. 
Cover, a, 56, 9, 14 — to, 82,22; 83, 

17 — somebody, to, 82, 23 — witu 

earth, to, 120, 7. 
Covered over with earth, 150, 24, 
Covetous, 126, I. 
Covetousness, 127, 14. 
Cow, 86, 24; 155, 9. 
Cow stable, 87, 5. 
Crab apple, 142, 22. 
Crack, to, 105, 7. 
Cracked, 137, 8. 
Cracks, it, 144, 18. 
Cradle, an Indian, ig, 18. 
Cranberries, 106, 23. 
Crane, 137, 12. 
Crawfish, a, 126, 2. 
Create with the hands, to, 43, 7 — 

with the mind, to, 42, 18. 
Creator, 74, i — Great, 40, 11. 
Creature, 24, 10; 42, 19 — tame, 

29, 6 — that lives upon grass, any, 

111,24 — young, 177, 18. 
Creep, to, iig, 4 — in, to, 116, 25. 
Creek between two hills, a, 118, 10 

— crooked, 120, 10 — large, 77, 

14 — little, 138, 16 — mouth of a, 

124, 3 — or run, the head of a, 



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INDEX. 



i6i, 15 — small, 132, 15 — the 
head of a, 161, 15. 

Cricket, 178, 12. 

Crime, 107, 13. 

Crooked, 150, 18; 165, 6; like, 
165, 8 — road, 165, 9 — road, to go 
a, 100, 14; 165, 12 — the road is, 
150, 19 — to make, 165, 10. 

Crop, second, 73, 17. 

Cross, roads, 75, 11 — the, 23, 7 — to 
be, 74, 13. 

Crow, a, 14, 13 — to, 42, i. 

Crown, 21, 19 — of the head, 61, 
22. 

Crucified, 120, 2; 129, 17. 

Cry, to, 98, 13 — aloud, to, 46, 27 — 
out, to, 19, 14; 37, 9 — with, to, 
163, 7- 

Cunning man, 63, 26. 

Cunningness, 67, 2. 

Cup, a, 30, 15. 

Cure, 53, 10. 

Current, strong, 57, 20. 

Curse, to, 75, 22. 

Cushion, 80, i. 

Custom, 29, 14; 64, 12. 

Customary, as is, 33, 9. 

Cut a piece, to, 108, 14 — fine, to, 
115, 10 — loose, to, 66, 6 — meat, 
to, 105, II — off, to, 19, I ; 140, 
9 — one's self, to, 76, 18; 115, 6 
— round, to, 120, 15 — smooth, to, 
60, 14 — with a knife, to, 43, 18 — 
with an axe, to, 44, 3. 

Cutlass, 104, 14. 

Cutting of firewood, the, 73, 16 — 
wood, to come from, 22, 2. 



Daily, 46, 9. 
Dam, a fish, 11, 10. 
Damnation, 39, 21 ; 169, 12. 
Damp, 137, 3. 
Dance, to, 40, 2. 



Danger, iSo, 17 — to come into, 99, 

13- 

Dangerous, 11, 24. 

Dark, 69, 22; 105, 10; io5, 21 ; 
117, II — in the, iii, 18 — it 
grows, io5, 22; 117, 12 — pitch, 
14, 9 — somewhat, 117, 8 — to 
grow, 117, 10. 

Darkness, iii, 6. 

Daubed with clay, 23, 24. 

Daughter, 153, 3. 

Daughter-in law, 28, 3. 

Dawn, 68, 12 ; 114, 4. 

Day, 42, 24; 43, 19 — after to-mor- 
row, 98, 10; at break of, 114, 
5 — before yesterday, 98, 9 — by, 
42, 25 ; 43, 20 — clear, 152, 6 — 
early, this, 127, 23 — fine, 172, I ; 
174, 9 — is spent, 15, 21 — past, 
this, 41, 17 — short, 143, 20 — the 
break of, 95, 3 — the last, 79, 22. 

Daybreak, 42, 16 ; 114, 4 — at, 131, 
2 — when it is quite, in, 17. 

Daylight, 42, 16. 

Days ago, some, 175, 15 — ago, two, 
98, 9 — hence, two, 98, 10 — in a 
lew, 32, 10 — one of these, 32, 13. 

Daytime, in the, 42, 25. 

Dead, 76, 24 — the, 30, 18 — the one 
who takes care of the, 90, 24 — 
to be struck, 97, 5 — to strike each 
other, 97, 6. 

Deadly, 21, 6. 

Deaf, I am, 95, 5 — person, a, 38, 
24 — the, 38, 24 — to be, 10, 17. 

Deal, a great, 27, 14 — to be hard to, 
24, 7 — with, difficult to, 24, 8. 

Dear, 14, 25; 27, 10; 31, 5; 77, 
6 — is it, how, 137, 1 1 — so, 32, 3. 

Death, 21, 5 ; 76, 22 — agony of, 78, 
24 — painful, 25, 2 — to be afflicted 
to, 9, 7 — to bleed to, 9, 4 ; 83, 8 — 
to freeze to, 22, 16 — to grieve to, 
22, 17— to put to, 96, 25. 



INDEX. 



191 



Debt, 62, 21. 

Debts, our, 32, 5. 

Decay, to, 37, 20 — going to, 21, 4. 

Deceit, 11, 8; 36, 19. 

Deceive, to, 11, 9 — somebody, to, 

11,7. 
Deceived, those who have been, 

141, 7- 
Deceiver, 141, 8. 
December, 77, i. 
Declaration, 178, i 
Declare unto some one, to, 176, 8. 
Decoy animals, to, 114, 23. 
Decrease, to, 17, 6. 
Decreed, to have, 42, 17, 
Deed, evil, 107, 13 — sinful, 6g, 15. 
Deep, 28,4; 45, 22 — enough, 140, 

15 — mire, 46, 5 — mud, 46, 5 — 

the hole, so, 123, 8 — water, 27, 

22. 
Deeply marshy, 46, 6. 
Deer, 14, i — lick, at the, 71, 17 — 

plenty of, 14, 14 — tracks, a great 

many, 28, 6 — young, 72, 20. 
Deer's hair, 14, 2. 
Defective, loi, 19. 
Deficient, loi, 19. 
Degrees, by, 20, 26; 21, I — more 

by, 21, 15. 
Delawares, 64, 23; 148, 12 — one of 

the three tribes of the, 85, 14. 
Delight in, to, 160, 11. 
Deliver, to, 96, 20. 
Deny, to, 109, 12. 
Depart this life, to, 34, 19. 
Dependent on another's command, 

to be, 96, 10. 
Depth, great, 77, 20. 
Deride some one, to, 90, 22. 
Descend, to, 155, 3. 
Descended from, 14, 12. 
Desert, to, 107, 3. 
Design evil against somebody, to, 

83, 14- 



Desirable, it is, 15, 3; 36, 7. 

Desire, 15, 4; 36, 13 — to, 36, 15; 
37, 22; 38, 2 — ardently, to, 29, 3 
— to give one an advantage, 49, 

19. 
Desired, 15, 5. 
Despicable, 75, 15. 
Despise, to, 75, i8 — somebody, to, 

75, 14- 

Despised, the being, 75, 17 — to be, 
75- 16. 

Desponding, 126, 3. 

Destined, for what we are, 32, 7. 

Destroy, to, 65, 18, 22, 24 — some- 
body, to, 154, 9. 

Destruction, 73, 15. 

Determined, 42, 6 — to be, 43, 12, 
13; 125, 10. 

Devil, 69, 19. 

Devilishness, 69, 20. 

Dew, grass wet with, 125, 21. 

Diaphragm, tlie, 152, 19. 

Diarrhoea, 124, 26. 

Die, to, 15, 25; 21, 4; 34, 19— 
easily, to, 22, 22 — for some cause, 
to, 176, 9 — in battle, to, 9, 8 — 
quickly, to, 22, 22. 

Difference, 144, 6. 

Different, 108, 6; 144, 16; 147, 

9- 
Differently, 144, 14. 
Difficult, II, 24; 58, II — to deal 

with, 24, 8 — to think, 11, 25 — 

traveling, 14, 24. 
Dig, 85, 21 — a hole, to, 1C5, 14. 
Digging a hole, he is, 150, 25. 
Dilapidated town, 78, i. 
Diligent, to be, 64, 10. 
Diminish, to, 31, 19. 
Direct somebody the wrong way, 

to, 69, 16. 
Direction, 113, 9. 
Directly, 41, 24, no, 17, 127, 12. 
Dirty, 23, 22 ; 96, 3; 98, 21 — look- 



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ing, 70, 1 1 — to, 98, 22 — work, to 

do, 98, 14. 
Disagree, to, 144, 19. 
Disagreeable, it looks, 145, 21 — to, 

think, 145, 16. 
Disagreement, 144, 6. 
Disapprove, to, 129, 3. 
Disbelieve, to, 39, 11 ; 108, 11. 
Discern, to, 91, 13. 
Discerning, my eyes were kept 

from, 144, 7. 
Discontent, 70, 3. 
Discontented, 70, 5 — to be, 70, 2 ; 

85, 10. 
Discontentment, 85, 11. 
Discouraged, 65, 20 ; 130, 20 — to 

be, 65, 19; loi, 13. 
Discouragement, 65, 21. 
Discourse in a friendly manner, to, 

173, 2 — to finish a, 106, 14. 
Disease with coughing,, he has a, 

27, 25. 
Disesteem, to, 31, 19. 
Dish, 120, 14; 148, 7, 8. 
Dishclout, 37, 19. 
Disheartened, 126, 3; 130, 20. 
Dishes, to make, 148, 5. 
Dislike, to, 129, 3, 4 — to hear, to, 

129, 14 — to hear somebody, to, 

129, 15. 
Dishking, 129, 6. 
Disobedience, 13, 22; 20, I, 8. 
Disobedient, 113, 17. 
Disobey, to, 20, 7. 
Disown, to, 109, 12. 
Disperse, to, 13, 13. 
Display, to, 21, 20. 
Displeased, to be, 70, 2. 
Disposed, to be otherwise, 109, 5 — 

to be so, 65, 4. 
Dispute, 37, 2; 55, 16 — to, 118, 

23 — with one another, 118, 24. 
Disquieted, to be, 11, 20; 123, 22. 
Disquietude, 123, 23. 



Dissatisfied, to be, 70, 2 — to make, 
70,4. 

Dissolute, to be, 55, 9. 

Distemper, 159, 10. 

Distress, 122, 7. 

Distribute to somebody, to, 10, 4. 

Distributer, 30, 9. 

Distribution, 10, 5. 

Ditch, a, 150, 23. 

Divertisement, 55, 8. 

Divide, to, 169, 3. 

Divider, 30, 9. 

Division, 10, 5 ; 62, lO. 

Dizzy, to be, 36, 20. 

Do, as I, 33, 20 — to, 85, I — great 
wonders, to, 37, 12 — so to some- 
body, to, 64, 7 — something just 
so, to, 143, II — what to, 31, 24. 

Doctor, 83, 5. 

Doe, loi, 25 — a, 100, 3. 

Does, as he, 33, 21. 

Dog, 18, 9; 86, 16— little, 18, 11. 

Dogwood, 48, 3 ; 86, 20. 

Doing, to be incapable of, 16, 9. 

Domesticated animal, any, 18, 9, 
II. 

Done, 40, 8 ; i6o, 21, 22 — it is well, 
174, 3— to be, 43, 3— planting, 
to be, 42, 26 — there was more, 
20, 3 ; 138, 22. 

Don't, 52, 4. 

Door, 35, 2; 56, 10 — is open, the, 
143, 24 — shut the, 56, 8 — to 
knock at the, 109, 6 — to open 
the, 142, 25. 

Doorkeeper, 102, 15. 

Doors, out of, 56, 6. 

Double, 98, I; 115, 5; 117, 17. 

Doubt, 144, 4 — something without, 
155, 20— to be in, 144, 3. 

Doubtful, 122, 9 — to be, 122, 6. 

Dove, a, 20, 5. 

Down hill, 112, 23 — stream, 90, i 
— to come, 96, 2; 112, 24 — to 



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lie, 64, 5; 127, 22 — to sit, 81, 

26^to take, 64, 4; 174, 4 — to 

throw, 65, 22. 
Downward, 60, 15. 
Downwards, 112, 23. 
Draw near to somebody, to, 82, 6 — 

them hither, to, 114, 23. 
Draweth nigh, it, iii, 15. 
Drawing knife, 60, 13. 
Draws near, it, 114, 22. 
Dream, a, 66, 8 — I, 171, 23 — to, 61, 

7; 66,22; 171, 23 — something 

good, to, 175, 18 — to have a bad, 

70, 17. 
Dress, III, 9; 173, 20 — to, 173, iS — 

a wound, to, 11, 18 — carefully, to, 

173, 18 — somebody, to, 111,4 — 

some one, to, 116, 17 
Dressed, iii, 5, 8. 
Dried, 36, 5 ; 113, 6. 
Drink, to, 81, 7 — with each other, 

to, 80, 23. 
Drinking, 81, II — to spend in, 81, 

10. 
Drive back, to, 46, 17 — hither, to, 

114, 18 — in a nail, to, 39, 19 — 

out, to, 40, 12 — somebody away, 

to, 107, 26 — through, to, 34, 24. 
Drop, 108, 17. 
Drops, it, 119, 15; 176, 20. 
Drowned, 22, 21. 
Drowsy, 38, 8. 

Drum, 118, 7 — to beat the, 118, 9. 
Drums, he, 118, 9. 
Drunk, to get, 80, 24. 
Drunkard, 81, 9. 
Drunkenness, 11, 6. 
Dry, 36,9; 113,7 — grass, 78, 2— 

to, 36, 6; 113, 10 — to be, for 

thirst, 36, 8. 
Duck, large wild, 122, 12. 
Dull, II, 13; 58, 3; 161, 25 — to 

make, 162, I. 
Dung, 71, 10; 87, 12. 



Dusk, 112, 18 — it was, 117, 7. 

Dusky, 69, 22; 117, 8. 

Dust, iig, 10; 120, 21. 

Dwell with, to, 163, 4 — with each 

other, to, 163, 16. 
Dye red, to, 71, 12. 
Dying, the, 16, I. 



Each one, 80, 8. 

Eagle, bald, 165, 20 — fork-tailed, 

27. 9- 

Ear of corn, 81, 25. 

Early,35, 19; 71,13 — in the morn- 
ing. 15) 10 ; 16, 6. 

Earn, to, 107, 4. 

Earnest, 54, 21 — to be in, 54, 20. 

Ears, 156, 12. 

Earth, 47, 7 ; 112, 4 — above the, 
49, 4 — bears, 47, 3 — covered over 
with, 150, 24 — I hide myself in 
the, 37, 6 — in the, 16, 18; 169, 
25 — on, 166, 27 — to cover with, 
120, 7 — upon, 13, I — 166, 27. 

Earthen pot, 23, 23. 

Ease one's self, to, 74, 24. 

Easily, 22, 23 — to die, 22, 22. 

East wind, the, 12, 4. 

Easterly, 151, 10. 

Easy, 22, 23; 60, 17 — to be, 58, 5 
— to make, 22, 26 — to think, 22, 
25. 

Eat, thou, 134, 16 — to, 86, 13 — to 
have abundance to, 156, 17 — with 
each other, 161, 2. 

Eatable, 159, 25. 

Eaten enough, to have, 44, 4. 

Ebb tide, 48, 13. 

Edge, at the, 51, I. 

Eel, 125, 19. 

Egg, 150. 14- 

Eight, 26, 20 — hundred, 26, 21. 

Eighty, 27, I. 

Either, 128, 7; 130, 2. 



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INDEX. 



Elated by praise, the being, 19, 8. 

Elbow, 163, I — calf of the, iii, 3. 

Elder, 53, 14 — brother, 27, 5 — sis- 
ter, 85, 16. 

Elderly woman, 53, 15. 

Elect, the, 38, 23— thy, 38, 22. 

Election, an, 117, 2. 

Elk, 85, 24. 

Elm, II, 3 — tree, 11, 3, 12; 148, 6. 

Else, some one, 115, 17. 

Elsewhere, 108, 6 — to go, 108, 7 — 
to put, 107, 24. 

Empty, the house is, 89, 2; 93, 4. 

Encamped, 76, i. 

Encourage, to, 41, 20. 

End, 161, 22 — at the, 161, 17, iS — 
of the plain, on the, 161, 24 — of 
the world, 31, 14; 157, 19 — the, 
79, 22 — the extreme, 176, 2. 

Endurance, power of, 15, 2. 

Endure pain, to, 73, i. 

Enemy, 129, i. 

Engage in, to, 91, 19. 

Enjoy, to, 22, 6 ; 89, 4 — a benefit, 
to, 172, 8 — riches, to, 61, 11. 

Enjoyable, 22, 10. 

Enjoyment, 22, 9. 

Enlighten, to, 42, 10. 

Enlighten somebody, to, 8g, 10. 

Enlightening, 42, 9. 

Enmity, 128,24; 129, II. 

Enough, 140, 20; 144, 23 — and to 
spare, 156, 15, 16 — it is, 140, ci 
— of them, 140, 19 — to have, 140, 
17 — to have eaten, 44, 4. 

Enslaved, to be, 150, 5. 

Enter a canoe, to, 120, 22 — in, to, 
75. 20. 

Entire, 27, 11 ; 82, 4. 

Entirely, 78, 15, 16; 82, 14; 106, 
17; 144, 23. 

Entrails, 150, 21. 

Entrance, 35, 2. 

Entreat somebody, to, 78, 22. 



Envy, 81, 5 — some one, to, 74, 16. 

Epistle, 62, 24. 

Escape to, 120, 23 ; 168, 17 — hither, 

to fly or, 114, 23 — to cause to, 

120, 23. 
Established, 146, 13. 
Esteem, 68, i ; 163, 20 — great, 18, 

4 — to, 14, 23 ; 67, 19 — highly, to, 

18, 3 — it an honor, to 67, 19 — 

somebody, to, 67, 12. 
Estimation, high, 18, 4. 
Eternal, 47, 14. 
Eternally, 47, 14. 
European shoes, 130, 22. 
Even, 143, 10, 13 — not, 50, 11 — 

there, 91, 2 — to make, 60, 14; 

143. "• 

Evening, 170, 17; 172, 17 — cool, 
142,7 — good, 45, 16 — in the, 170, 
18 — last. 153, 24 — moderately 
warm, 136, 22 — this, 172, 18. 

Ever, 48, I. 

Every bit, 82, 4. 

Everybody, 154, 8. 

Every one, 80, 8. 

Everything, that which is above, 18, 
7 — to prize above, 18, 3. 

Everj-where, 32, 8 — 154, 8 — from, 
154, 8 — not, 81, 18. 

Evil, 78, 7 — against somebody, to 
design, 83, 14 — deed, 107, 13 — 
of somebody, to speak, 80, 5 — 
one, 78, 8— spirit, 69, 25 — to 
speak, to somebody, 80, 6. 

Exact, 125, 12. 

Examine, to, 61, 12. 

Excavation, 150, 20. 

Excellent, 152, 25. 

Except, 41, 24. 

Excited, to be, 44, 7. 

Exclamation of approbation, 30, 8 
— of approval, 45, 2; 52, 11 — 
of grief, 50, 3, 9, 13— of indig- 
nant surprise, 31, 16 — of indig- 



INDEX. 



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nation, 44, 5, 6 ; 122, 21 — of joy, 
48, 23, 24; 51, 4; 121, 9— of 
laughter, 47, i ; 48, 8— of pain, 
31, 15; 52, 23— of surprise, 31, 
9, 12; 48, 22; 121, 8— of vocif- 
eration, 48, 19; 49, II ; 103, 15 
— of wonder, 52, 2 — used in an- 
swering, 103, 13, 14 — used in 
calling, 51, II. 

Excrement, 87, 12. 

Exert one's self, to, 162, 18. 

Exhort, to, 46, 14 — some one, to, 
41, 21. 

Exhortation, 46, 15. 

Expect, to, 114, 12. 

Experienced, 65, 3 ; 168, 4. 

Expression, a strong, 159, 7. 

Extend, to, 129, 19. 

Extended, 129, 18, 20. 

Extravagant, to be, 55, 9. 

Eye, 177, 15 — pupil of the, the, 26, 
6 — to raise the, 23, 20 — wink of 
an, 134, I. 

Eyebrow, 72, 22; 84, 12. 

Eyebrows, 126, 6. 

Eyelid, 126, 6. 

Eyes, broken, 166, 15 — to shut the, 
I33» 25. 



Face, 177, 15 — to, 177, 16. 

Fade, to, 37, 20. 

Faded, 127, i, 4. 

Fain, 160, 6. 

Faint, to, 167, 16 — from hunger, to, 
126, 16. 

Faintness, 167, 17. 

Faints, it, 126, 21. 

Faith, 171, 10; 175, 6. 

Fall, 136, 7 — hunt, 136, 8 — in the 

next, 136, 7, 10 — skin, 136, 9 — 

to, 82, 5 ; 83, 9 — and burst open, 

to, 29, 5 — down, to, 112, 19 — off 

P 



to, 112, 19 — to the ground, to, 
106, 10 — upon, to, 122, 10. 

Fallen off, 83, 13. 

Falls in, it, 65, 23 — in price, 17, 6 
— off, it, 112, 20 — the water, 48, 
12 — upon, it, 143, 12, 14. 

Falsehood, a, 55, 17. 

Familiarity, 89, 5. 

Famine, 76, II. 

Fanciful, 167, 18. 

Far, 85, 15; 150, 15 — as, 131, 20 
off — 85, 15 — so, as, 131, 20 — to 
go so, 131, 21 — to seem to be, 
150. 16. 

Farm, to, 47, 10. 

Farmer, 47, 11. 

Fast, 146, 7 — it goes, 59, 20 — to go, 
57, 14 — to grow, 60, I — to make, 
146, 12 — to run, 56, 22 — to 
speak, 16, 7 ; 59, 19 — to stand, 
146, 15 — to walk, 58, 2. 

Fat, 118, 14; 126, 9; 163, 2— in 
an animal's belly, 158, 12 — meat, 

159, 4- 
Fatness, 163, 3. 
Father, 155, 13, 14 — his or her, 

103, 12— my, 99, 7, 8, 9. 
Father-in-law, 85, 6. 
Fatherless, 129, 24. 
Father's, at his or her, 103, II. 
Fathom, half a, 105, 20. 
Fathoms, four, 95, 2. 
Fatten, to, 162, 22. 
Fault, 144, 2. 
Favor, 40, 18; 147, 15 — to show 

somebody, 140, i. 
Favorably, to speak, 172, 15. 
Fawn, 72, 20. 
Fear, 16, 10; 161, i — to, 162, 16 

— to be in, 161, 3. 
Fearful, to be, 161, 10. 
Fears you, he, 122, 20. 
Feast, 136, 4 — to hold a, 136, 5 ; 

141, 2 ; 157, 12 — to hold a love. 



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INDEX. 



136, 5— to keep a, 95, 9; 161, 
II. 

Feathers, 84, 19 — of a bird's tail, 
167, 10. 

February, 147, 14. 

Fed, 27, 4. 

Feebleness, 126, 15. 

Feed, to, 100, 18. 

Feel, to, 19, 5; 100, 18 — as, to, 
31, 25 — better, to, 31, 18 — equal 
to it, I do not, loi, 13 — great 
pain, to, 14, 5 — grief and pain, 
130, 5 — grief or sorrow, 130, 4; 
149, 8 — less pain, to, 31, 18 — 
love, to, 14, 21 — painful, to, 149, 
7 — sore pain, to, 162, 3 — sor- 
rowful, to, 149,7 — troubled, to, 
123, 18, 19. 

Feeling, 19, 6 — new, 177, 17. 

Feet, at his, 131, 13 — at thy, 131, 
12. 

Felicity, 41, 10. 

Fellow, foolish, 38, 14 — to be a 
good-for-nothing, 55, 9. 

Fellowship, 89, 5; 163, 14 — to 
keep in, 90, 21 — with one an- 
other, to have, 163, 13 — with 
somebody, to be in, 163, 12. 

Female genitals, 67, 11 — of beasts, 
103, 4 — of fowls and birds, 103, 

5- 

Fence, 80, 21 — is finished, the, 42, 
22 — over or behind the, 25, 12 — 
rail, 80, 22 — the end of the, 161, 
20 — to jump over the, 10, 20 ; 
118, 4. 

Fern, 13, 12; 63, 19 — swamp, 103, 
10. 

Fervent, 131, 6; 133, 6. 

Fetch, 90, 9 — to, 91, II — a load, 
to, 92, I — over, to, 91, 16 — 
somebody, to, 176, 5 — somebody 
over in a canoe, to, 91, 17 — 
wood, to, 91, 9. 



Fetched, 91, 8 — to be, 90, 11 — 

across, he wants to be, 102, i. 
Fetches wood, he, 91, 7. 
Fetching, 91, 14. 
Few, but, 139, 2 — times, a, 52, 7. 
Fickle, 157, 14. 
Fiddle, 12, 11. 
Field, 47, 9 — large, 77, 15 — old, 

77. 26. 
Fifth, 107, 7. 
Fifty, 107, 8. 
Fight, to, 64, 16; 69, 7; 70, 10 — 

a battle, to, 70, 10 — with each 

other, to, 70, 10. 
Fighting, 69, 8 — to stop, 16, 2. 
Figure, 33, 12. 
File, a, 29, 15. 
Fill, to, 106, 4, 6; 116, 18. 
Filled, 106, 3, 5. 
Finally, 90, 20; 137, 15. 
Find, to, 86, 14 — somebody out, to, 

94. 6. 

Fine, 25, 23; 120, 5; 128, 12; 
172, I ; 175, 3— day, 172, I ; 
^74. 9 — morning, 172, 5 ; to 
look, 174, 23 — word, 172, 11. 

Fineness, 175, 4. 

Finery, iii, 9. 

Finger, 64, 25 — first, 142, 12 — lit- 
tle, 138, 13; 141, 4 — middle, 62, 
7 — nail, to bruise the, 20, 14 — 
-ring, 126, 12. 

Fingers, 157, 15 — fork of the, 60, 
10 — tips of the, 167, 12. 

Finish, to, 43, 14 — a discourse, to, 
106, 14 — a work, to, 42, 13. 

Finished, 106, 19 — the canoe is, 42, 
15 — the fence is, 42, 22 — to be, 

43.3- 
Fire, 142, 1 1 — coal of, 68, 11 ; 78, 

17 — off, to, 106, 7 — to make, 142, 

10 — to quench, 23, 26. 
Firebrand, 118, 3. 
Firefly, 124, 20; 152, 15. 



INDEX. 



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Fireplace, a plastered, 133, i. 

Firewood, 82, 20 — the cutting of, 
73, 16 — to use for, 139, 7. 

Firm, 146, 13. 

First, 94, 15, 16, 17 — at, 95, 26; 
102, 10; 123, 9 — place, in the, 
94, 17 — the, 94, 15, 16; 95, 26. 

Fish, 90, 19; 127, 7 — black, 134, 
9, 10. 

Fish-chop, 63, II — dam, a, 11, 10 
— hawk, 97, 11 — large, 19, 10 — 
like a sucker, 78, 11 — pike, 54, 
5; 121,17; I45i " — scale, 149, 
17 — with a bushnet to, 13, 8 — 
with hook and line, to, 154, 15. 

Fisher bird, little, 142, 16. 

Fishing, bushnet for, 12, 22 — line, 
I9» 3> 4 — J^o*!* a> 60, 4 — spear, a, 
100, 9. 

Fist, the, 117, 23. 

Fit, to have a, 145, 23. 

Fits, to get, 145, 23. 

Five, 107, 5 — hundred, 107, 6. 

Fix, to, 48, 7 — upon, to, 21, 20. 

Flag, 68, 22. 

Flame, it burns in a, 66, 17. 

Flashes lightning, it, 124, 18. 

Flat country, a, 129, 5 — rock, 128, 
20. 

Flea, 12, 10. 

Fleas, full of, 12, 15. 

Flee, to, 128, 16. 

Flesh, 103, 17; 150,11 — to become, 
104, 4. 

Fleshy, 163, 2. 

Flies away, it, 118, 22 

Flies, large stinging, 82, 10. 

Flight, 128, 16. 

Flint, 71, IS; 72, 12. 

Flinty, 35, 5. 

Float, a, 89, 13. 

Flour, 66, 3. 

Flow out of, to, 149, 4. 

Flower, 166, 19. 



Flows out, it, 147, 21. 

Flute, 12, II. 

Flux, bloody, 79, 11. 

Fly, 149, 14 — to, 17, 7; 168, 17 — 
or escape hither, to, 114, 23 — sort 
of stinging, 72, 21. 

Flying squirrel, 26, lO. 

Foam, 117, 22. 

Fog, 25, 5. 

Foliage, 55, 20. 

Follow, to, 92, 1 1 ; 100, 6 — some- 
body, to, 169, 13 — some one, to, 
92, 8 — the straight road, to, 125, 
18. 

Food, 86, 7, 12; 126, 7 — to live 
upon, 156, 21 — to prepare, 148, 
21. 

Fool, a, 37, 3 ; 40, 4. 

Foolish, behaved, 56, 16 — fellow, 
38, 14- 

Foolishness, 56, 17. 

Foot, 168, 23 — ball of the, 39, 27 ; 
40, I — ^joint of the foot, 26, 13 — 
sole of the, 148, i — to tread under, 

29, 7. 

For, 16, 14; 18, 22; 100, 19; loi, 

I, 2 — good and all, 15, 11 — that 

reason, 51, 6 — the most part, 45, 

3- 

Forbiddance, 122, 3. 

Force somebody, to, 13, 21. 

Forcible, 14, 10. 

Ford, to, 143, 9 ; 147, 2. 

Forefathers, 86, 15. 

Forefinger, 65, 25. 

Forehead, 166, 22 — middle of the, 

62, 6 — my, 88, 22. 
Foremost, 96,4; 123, 9 — the, 96, 

6 — to stand, 96, 5. 
Forerunner, a, 128, 5. 
Foreshoulder, 49, 8. 
Forget, to, 151, 5 ; 167, 20. 
Forgetfulness, 151, 5; 167, 21. 
Forgive, to, 86, 8, 10 — each other, 



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INDEX. 



to, io5, 25 — somebody, to, 86, 9 ; 

106, 24. 
Forgiveness, 86, 11 ; 107, i. 
Forgot, it, I, 150, 5. 
Fork, 62, 10— a tree with a, 62, II 

— of a river, 62, 9 — of a road, 62, 

12 — of the fingers, 60, 10 — of the 

toes, 60, 9. 
Form, an old, 100, 16 — modern, 

100, 16. 
Forsake, to, loi, 5 — somebody, to, 

loi, 6. 
Fort, 80, 21. 

Forth the hand, to put, 129, 22. 
Fortunate, 41, 9 — the, 153, 23. 
Forty, 94, 25. 
Foundation, 34, 16. 
Fountain, 30, 24. 

Four, 94, 26 — fathoms, 95, 2 — hun- 
dred, 95, I — times, 94, 23. 
Fourfold, 94, 21. 
Fourth, 94, 22. 
Fowl, 24, 12; 142,13 — or bird, bill of 

^> ^57> 5 — 'he young of a bird or, 

21, 9 — with young ones, a, 41, 12. 
Fowls and birds, female of, 103, 5 

— plume of, 84, 9. 
Fox, black, 170, 20 — skin, 166, 21 

— the gray, 165, 13. 
Fraud, 11, 8. 
Free, 96, 17 — to be, 96, 18 — from 

trouble, to be, 55, 21 — to make, 

96, 15, 20. 
Freedom, 96, 21. 
Freeman, 96, 19. 
Freeze, to, 138, 17 — to death, to, 22, 

16. 
Frequent traveler, 86, 2. 
I>eshet, 77, 3 — abates, the, 132, 2. 
Friend, 31, 27 ; 99, 3 ; 147, 6 — my, 

32, I ; 99, 5 ; 147, 6 — my little, 

99. 6. 
Friendly, to be, 141, 14 — to look, 

60, 19 — to treat, 173, 2. 



Fright, 161, 9. 

Frightened, 162, 14 — to be, 102, 11 ; 

124, 4. 
Frog, 147, 13. 
From, 149, 3; 177, II — a place, to 

be, 155, 2 — descended or sprung, 

14, 12 — hence, 5, 16 — thence, 88, 

I ; 91, 2. 
Frost, white, 103, i ; 143, 7. 
Froth, 117, 22. 
Frow, 104, 12. 
Frozen, 44, 8; 136, i ; 138, 18 — 

hard, 146, 6 — over, 56, 13 — shut, 

56, 13- 
Fruit, to produce, 43, 8. 
Fruition, 22, 9. 
Frying pan, 131, 15. 
Full, 106, 3, 17; 144,23; 167,7; 

168, I — grown, 140, 22 — it is, 

150, 7 — of fleas, 12, 15 — of holes, 

12, 6 — of rocks, 37, II. 
Fully, 106, 17. 
Fulfil, to, 106, 20. 
Funnel, 116, 22. 
Further, 50, 7 ; 52, 5 — a little, 50, 

8— still, 50, 7, 
Fury, 24, 9. 



Gadding, to go a, 85, 19. 

Gain, 168, 20 — to, 109, 18; 168, 22 

— a wager, to, 168, 21. 
Gall, the, 162, 21. 
Gape, to, 124, 21; 147, 20. 
Garden, 81, 8. 
Gardener, 81, 15. 
Garfish, 151, 14. 
Gather, to, 76, 6, 10. 
Gaze, to, 100, 4. 
Gear, horse, 153, 20. 
Generously, to treat somebody, 158, 

23- 
Genitals, male, 158, 19. 
Gensi, root, 166, 3. 



INDEX. 



199 



Gently, 141, ig — it goes, 171, 8. 

Genuine, 63, 12. 

Get, to, 85, 18; 109, 18. 

Ghost, 145, 18. 

Giddy in the head, to be, 36, 20. 

Gift, 85, 8. 

Gimlet, 118, i. 

Gird, to, 90, 10. 

Girdle, a, 39, i. 

Girl, 103, 8 — a coquettish, 104, 7 — 
little, 103, 7 ; 122, 2. 

Girth of a saddle, 44, 10. 

Give, to, 85, 7 — away, to, 79, 21 — 
back, to, 46, 26 — honor, to, 20, 
2 — suck, to, 100, 2 — to be un- 
willing to, 152, 20 — to somebody, 
to, 85, 3 — up, to, 16, 4; 65, 19; 

.170,7- 
Gives to me, he who, 85, 5. 
Giving the, 85, 4. 
Glad, 85, 13 — to be, 173, 12 — to see 

somebody, to be, 106, 9. 
Gladly, 160, 6. 
Gladness, 41, 10. 
Glittering, 122, 22. 
Glorify some one, to, 67, 13. 
Glory, 67, 15; 152, 26 — to give, 

73, 9- 

Glorying in, 176, 17. 

Glossy, 168, 10, II. 

Gloves, 157, 2. 

Glue, 82, 19; 130, 13. 

Go, to, 9, 2 — all around, to, 164, 
17 — all away, to, 154, 12 — all 
out, to, 154, II — and tell, 75, 25 
— asunder, to, 16, 8 — away, to, 
18, 17 — away weeping, to, 18, 
14 — by water, to, 118, 16 -from 
some place secretly, to , 54, 2 — 
home, to, 75, 5 — hunting, to, 75, 
24 — in a canoe with somebody, 
to, 156, 20 — or cross over one 
another, to, 23, 6 — out, to, 58, 21 
— so far to, 131, 21 — to let, 119, 



7 — to like to, 160, 13 — througli, 
to, 34, 24 — to venture to, 13, 20 — 
to war, to, 76, 9 — wherever or 
whither I, 31, 8 — with, to, 163, 
18, 21 — with somebody, to, 164, 
3— up, to, 23, 19. 

God, 40, II; 74, I; no, I — above 
all, 33, 24 — Holy, 56, 26 — Lamb 
of, 139, 24 — mild, 139, 24 — the 
good, gracious, 153, 21. 

Goes fast, it, 59, 20 — with him, he 
who, 164, 4. 

Going, hard, 14, 24. 

Gone, it is all, 91, 10; 154, 10. 

Good, 25, 23; 141, 15 ; 141, 17; 
154.3; 159. 24; 174, 20; 175, 
3, 7 — again, he makes, 174, 6 — 
and all, for, 15, 11 — be so, 15, 
12 — evening, 45, 16 — for noth- 
ing, 94, I — for-nothing fellow, 
to be a, 55, 9 — gracious God, 
153, 21— it is, 174, 3, II — 
morning, 165, 21 — morrow, 151,9 
— natured, to be, 141, 14 — physic, 
153, 22 — tasted, 159, 23 — the, 
174, 12 — the supremely, 34, 35, 
— to be, 141, 14; 174, 18 — to 
do somebody, 174, 10 — very, 49, 
16. 

Goodness, 103, 24 ; 174, 19. 

Goods, 61, 10. 

Goose, wild, 52, i. 

Gooseberries, 38, 13. 

Gospel, 173, 14. 

Gourd, a, 171, 13. 

Government, 38, 28. 

Governor, 38, 27. 

Grace, 172, 3. 

Gracious, 141, 15 — one, the most, 
34. 2. 

Grain, his, 158, 28. 

Grandfather, 87, lo. 

Grandmother, 103, 16. 

Grant, to, 63, 3. 



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Grapes, wild, 162, 6. 

Grass, 23, 13; 74, 23; 133, 11— 
any creature that lives upon, iii, 
24 — cabin covered with, 84, 8 — 
dry, 78, 2 — old dry, 28, 2 — scour, 
60, II — wet with dew, 125, 21. 

Grasshopper, 59, i ; 105, 24 — 
green, 52, 22; 57, 19. 

Grateful, 39, 17. 

Grave, 70, 19 ; 118, 11. 

Gravel, 62, 18. 

Gray, 161, 14 — fox, the, 165, 13 — 

hair, 166, 7 headed man, 161, 

14. 

Grease, 126, 9, 10. 

Great, 19, 13; 54, 9 ; 68, 5; 76, 
26 ; 77, 7 — buck, 27, 20 — city, 
55. 3— 'leal, a, 27, 14— depth, 
77, 20 — esteem, 18, 4 — it looks, 
77, 18 — king, 54, 16 — many, 77, 
9, 10 — river, 54, 17 — sea, 54, 15 
— ships, 55, 2— the, 77, 13, 17. 

Greater, 18, 8 — power, 17, 10. 

Greed, 127, 13. 

Green, 23, 9, 14 — it is, 23, 9 — 
grasshopper, 52, 22 ; 57, 19 — 
snake, 23, 10. 

Greeting, 152, 11. 

Gridiron, 30, 12. 

Grief, 153, 16 — exclamation of, 50, 
3, 9, 13 — to be put to, 126, 13; 
130, 10 — to feel, 130, 4, 5 ; 149, 8. 

Grieve to death, to, 22, 17. 

Grieved, to be, 149, 11. 

Grievous, 56, 21. 

Grind, to, 53, 3; 59,4; 135. 21. 

Grindstone, 53, 4; 54, 4. 

Ground, 47, 7 — fine, 171, 7 — hog, 
86, 19 — hole in the, 165, 14 — 
middle of a piece of, 61, 18 — 
squirrel, 21, 8; 47, 16 — to fall to 
the, 106, 10 — to plant a large 
piece of, 77, 16— wet, 124, 24; 
133. 3. 4- 



Grounded, 43, 4. 

Grow better, to, 53, 9 — better in 
health, to, 65, 9 — dark, to, 117, 
10 — fast, to, 60, I — out of, to, 

155. 3- 

Grows dark, it, 106, 22; 117, 12 — 
well, it, 174, 13. 

Grub, 161, 8. 

Grubbing hoe, 72, 5. 

Grudge, to, 152, 20. 

Guard, 156, 4 — a, 102, 8. 

Guide, a, 52, 19. 

Guilt, 107, 15. 

Guiltless person, a, 11 1, 20. 

Gulley, a, 105, 16. 

Gum tree, 135, 20. 

Gun, 106, 8 — breech of a, 56, 15; 
158, 9 — drawer, 58, 23 — lock, 
124, 12 — lock, battery of a, 30, 
17 — lock, cock of a, 71, 16 — the 
hind sight of a, 34, 7. 

Gunpowder, 120, 21. 

Guts, 150, 21. 



Habit, 29, 14. 

Habitation, his, 30, 11. 

Hail, 49, 13; 79, 8; 151,13 — stone, 
a, 151, 13 — to, 82, 16. 

Hails, it, 136, 13. 

Hair, 84, 11 ; 85, 2 — deer's, 14, 2 
gray, 166, 7 — red, 78, 10. 

Half, 105, 21 — a fathom, 105, 20. 

Halfway, 63, 2. 

Hallow, to, 106, 12. 

Halo of sun or moon, 157, 21. 

Halve, to, 105, 19. 

Ham, 118, 5. 

Hammer, 104, 16 — a, 19, 20. 

Hand, 88, 21— at the right, 63, 10 
— his, 176, I — it, 63, 13 — it here, 
148, 16 — left, 81, 3 — my, 88, 21 
— on the right, 169, 18 — palm of 
the, 148, 2 — the flat of the, 108, 



INDEX. 



201 



20 — the time is at, 143, 12, 14 — 
thou, 175, 24 — to bruise the, 26, 
17 — to lend a, 164, 6 — to Hft up 
the, 23, 18 — to put forth the, 129, 
22 — to reach forth the, 64, 15— 
to the, 81, 3 — towards the, 169, 
8 — weak, 126, 22. 
Handle, 168, 24 — some one, to, 85, 

17- 

Hands tied up, 157, 2 — to create 
with the, 43, 7 — to shake, 123, 5 
— to something, to lay, 64, 14 — 
to warm the, 21, 18. 

Handsome, 174, 12; 175, 3, 7. 

Hang down the head, to, 92, 6 — 
up, to, 127, 20. 

Hangs, it, 127, 17 — there,,',i27, 17. 

Happens, as it, 32, 4. 

Happiness, 41, 10; 172, 22. 

Happy, 41, 9; 172, 23 — he who 
makes me, 171, 2, 3 — to be, 171, 
I, 6; 172, 21 — to cause to be, 
171, 4 — to make, 61, 16 — to rest, 
15, 18. 

Hard, 11, 24; 14, 8; 58, 11 — 
going, 14, 24 — to beat, 56, 20 — 
to deal with, to be, 24, 7 — to 
labor, II, 23. 

Hardly, 13, 19; 58, 11. 

Hare, a, 87, 7; 144, 12. 

Harmonizes, it, 71, 26. 

Harrow, 60, 2. 

Harsh, 53, 2, 5. 

Haste, to make, 126, 19. 

Hat, 17, 21. 

Hatch or meditate something good 
or bad, to, 42, 20. 

Hatchet, 140, 7. 

Hate, to, 129, 9; 133, 7 — each 
other, to, 128, 23 ; 129, 10 — ex- 
cessively, to, 129, 16 — somebody, 
to, 128, 21. 

Hatred, 128, 24. 

Haughty, to be, 173, 16. 



Have, to, 89, 4; 103, 22 — a bad 
dream, to, 70, 17 — bad travel- 
ling, to, II, 22 — one object, to, 

95. 14- 

Having, 48, 5. 

Hawk, 78, 9. 

Hay, 84, 14. 

Hazel nut, the, 40, 10. 

He, 93, 9, 10 — has, 48, 6 — is said 
to have said, 66, iS — that is love, 
14, 20 — who gives to me, 85, 5 — 
who is merciful, 41, 4 — who is 
there, 34, 17 — who sits here, 63, 

5- 

Head, 158, 18 — at his, 33, 4 — ^chief, 
38, 27 — crown of the, 61, 22 — 
lice, 49, 14 — middle of the, 122, 
17 — of a creek, the, 161, 16 — 
tied about the, 39, 6 — to be giddy 
in the, 36, 20 — to hang down the, 
92, 6 — to knock somebody on the, 
118, 2 — to shake the, 138, 23. 

Headache, 159, 2 — to have, 159, 
I. 

Health, to grow better in, 65, 9 — to 
mend in, 53, 9. 

Hear, to, 112, 12 — by chance, to, 
lOQ) 3 — one another, to, 112, 16 
— privately, to, 139, 6 — some- 
body, to, 112, 17 — somebody, to 
dislike, to, 129, 15 — to cause to, 
112, 13 — to dislike to, 129, 14 — 
to like to, 160, 14 — somebody, 
160, 15 — well, to, 174, 26 — will- 
ingly, to, 160, 12 — wrong, to, 
144, 10. 

Heard, it is, 112, 14. 

Hearing, to be quick of, 11, 4— 
wrong, 144, II. 

Hearken to, 44, 13 — to one another, 
to, 93, 24 — to somebody, to, 177, 

4- 
Heart, 153, 5, 6 — and mind, to be 
of an indifferent, 58, 6 — it pene- 



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INDEX. 



trates my, 34, 25 — of a tree, 159, 

6 — to be of one, 95, 18. 
Heartily, 153, 7. 
Heartless, 126, 3. 
Heathen, 93, 20 — to be a, 93, 19. 
Heathenish life, 90, 18 — life, to lead 

a, 93. 19- 

Heaven, 25, 7. 

Heavens, the, iii, 25. 

Heavy, 58, 1 1 — in a manner, 58, 10 
— not, 60, 17. 

Hedgehog, the, 38, 11. 

Heedless, 90, 12. 

Heel, gi, 4; 151, 6. 

Hell, 69, 21. 

Help along, to, 164, 7 — each other, 
to, 163, 6 — one another, to, 164, 
6 — somebody to, 40, 17; 164, 2 
— somebody through, to, 34, 23. 

Helped to accuse him, one who, 
164, I. 

Helplessness, 21, 2. 

Hemp, wild, 47, 13. 

Hen, 142, 13. 

Hencoop, 142, 14. 

Hence, from, 51, 6. 

Henceforth, 51, 13. 

Herb, 74, 23 — " colt's foot," the, 
19, 17. 

Herbs, 23, 13. 

Here, 17, i; 51,6, 19; 148, 14; 
178, 8 — as many as are, 34, 9 — 
take it, 67, 10— till, 88, i. 

Hereafter, 90, 20. 

Hew well, to, 175, 9. 

Hiccough, 76, 23. 

Hickory nut, 82, 8 — nut, white, 142, 
2 — shiver, 141, 3 — tree, bitter, 
142, 17 — upland, 54, 6. 

Hide, myself in the earth, I, 37, 6 
—to, 37, 6, 23. 

High, 45, 24; 46, 2 — bank, a, 51, 
I — bank of a river, 14, II — esti- 
mation, 18, 4 — minded, to be, 68, 



2 ; 173, 16 — mindedness, 173, 17 
— priced, 27, 10 — to be, 46, I — 
value, 68, i — water, 27, 22; 28, 

4 ; 77. 3- 

Highly, to esteem, 18, 3. 

Hill, 150, 6 — a round, 175, 23— on 
the north side of a, 17, 4 — or 
mountain, top of, 123, 7 — over or 
beyond the, 25, 6 — round, 154, 
2 — side, 126, 5 — south side of a, 
145, 14— top of the 166, 28 — 
under the, 16, 17 — up, 154, 14 — 
where the road goes down the, 
155, 6 — where the road goes up, 

154. 13- 
Hills, a creek between two, 118, 10. 
Hilly, 150, 8, 10. 
Himself, 49, 2. 
Hinder, to, 59, 13. 
Hip, 66, 2. 

Hit somebody, to, 43, 2. 
Hither, 51, 6, 8, 13;; 148, 18— to 

come, 115, 2. 
Hoarse, to be, 26, 4. 
Hobble, 44, 10. 
Hobbled, 44, 11. 
Hoe, 13, 4 — grubbing, 72, 5. 
Hog, 45, II — ground, 88, 19 — sty, 

45. 12. 
Hold a feast, to, 141, 2; 157, 12 — 

somebody fast, to, 146, 8 — to 

take, 39, 8. 
Holds much, it, 117, 6. 
Hole, 70, 19; 150, 20 — a, 118, II 

— he is digging a, 150, 25 — in 

the ground, 165, 14 — so deep 

the, 123, 8 — to dig a, 165, 15. 
Holes, full of, 12, 6. 
Holiest, 34, I. 
Holiness, 57, l ; 115, 22. 
Hollow, 120, 16; 174, 7 — in the 

ground, a, 118, 11 — tree, a, 150, 

26. 
Holy, 40, 5, 6— Ghost, 154, 5 — 



INDEX. 



203 



God, 56, 26 — the most, 34, i — to 
believe to be, 57, 4 — to think that 
one is, 57, 3. 

Home, there is no one at, 89, 2 — 
to be at, 12, 7 — to be seldom at, 
85, 19 — to bring somebody, 75, 
3— to go, 75, 5. 

Honest, 125, 4. 

Honey locust tree, 117, 20. 

Honor, 67, 18 — some one, to, 67, 
12 — the receiving of, 67, 14 — to, 
67, 19 — to give, 20, 2 — to look 
upon as an, 176, 16. 

Honorable, 67, 16; 172, 6. 

Honored, he that is, 67, 17 — the, 

77,8. 

Hoop-ash, 35, 16. 

Hope, 95, 24 — to, 89, 18; 95,21, 
23 — to give in, 95, 22. 

Horn, 104, I ; 168, 18. 

Horned cattle, 155, 16 — snake, 
127, 6. 

Hornet, a, 151, 17. 

Horse, 93, 25 — gear, 153, 20. 

Horseback, to ride on, 93, 26. 

Hot, 38, 19; 57, 24; 133, 6— 
weather, 57, 18. 

House, 50, 15; 158, 14 — behind 
the, 25, 8 — cold, 142, 5 — he has 
a, 158, II — his, 158,7 — in order, 
to put a, 43, 10 — in the little, 
158, 15 — is empty, the, 89, 2 ; 
93, 4 — log for a, 12, 3 — master 
of the, 155, 23 — my, 157, 22 — of 
prayer, no, 7 — on the top of 
the, 167, I — outside corner of a, 
132, 12 — rafter on the roof of a, 
64, 3 — ready, to make a, 43, 10 
— thy, 158, I — to come out of 
the, 59, 5 — to finish a, 43, 10 — 
warm, 44, i. 

How, 134, 19; 138, II— is it, 134, 
19 — large, 134, 19 — long, 52, 10 
— many, 134, 19 — much, 52,6, 8 ; 
Q 



134, 19 — soon, 134, 19 — then, 

134. 19; 135. 6— to feel, 31, 25 

will it be, 134, 19. 
However, 16, 14; 24, 17; 50, 4, 

II ; 121, 3. 
Howling, 124, 5. 
Huckleberry, 84, 23 — bread, 84, 24 

— swamp, 74, 22. 
Huckleberries, 85, 9. 
Hulls of the corn, the, 127, 25. 
Humble, 40, 22 ; 135, 10, 11,13; 

138, 4, 9 — being, 83, 2 — one's 

self before somebody, to, 40, 21 

— one that is, 40, 20 — to be, 40, 

19; 138, I. 
Humbly, to go, loi, 15 — to walk, 

138, 2. 
Humility, 101, 14; 138, 8. 
Humor, to be out of, 121, 19. 
Hundred, five, 107, 6 — four, 95, i 

— one, 46, 21 ; 95, 13 — seven, 

97, 24 — six, 46, 23 — two, 97, 22. 
Hunger, to, 38, 6 — to faint from, 

126, 16 — to suffer, 161, 19. 
Hungry, to be, 38, 6. 
Hunt, to, 17, 3 — by the way, to, 92, 

12; 168,2 — in company, to, 112, 

7 — wiUingly, to, 159, 21. 
Hunter, 32, 2. 
Hunting, lover of, 159, 20 — to come 

from, 21, 23 — to go, 75, 24. 
Hurry, to be in a, 126, 19. 
Hurts me, it, 162, 8. 
Hush, 131, 9. 
Hut, 50, 15. 
Hymn, 88, 16. 
Hypocrisy, 71, 4. 
Hypocrite, 71, 3. 



I, 95, 27 — also, 94, 9 — am, 95, 7 — 

too, 94, 9. 
Ice, 79, 7 — the river drifts, 75, i ; 



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82, 17 — to break in the, 76, 25 — 

to go over the, 100, 5. 
Idle, to go about, 109, 8. 
Idler, 80, 20. 
Idol, an, 82, 9. 
If, 15, 12; 35, 14; 41,24— but, 15, 

12 — only, 15, 12. 
Ill, 70, 13, 14 — flavored, 71, 5 — 

natured, 80, 10 — pleased, to be, 

75, 6 — to speak, 69, 9 — to take, 

75, 6 — to treat somebody, 59, 17 

— to use somebody, 56, 23 — to 

use some one, 44, 15. 
Imagine, to, 153, 9. 
Immediately, 127, 12. 
Impatience, to wait with, 23, 1 1. 
Impeachment, 42, 5. 
Impotent, 167, 18^ — to be, 167, 16. 
Imputation, 73, 21. 
In, 50, 12; 149,2 — some place, 81, 

12, 18 — the bargain, 47, 21 — 

there, 16, 19; 22, 23. 
Inability, 15, 17. 
Inadvertently, 117, 24. 
Inanimate, 25, 23. 
Incapable of doing, to be, 16, 9. 
Incapacity, 15, 17. 
Incite one to do something, to, 147, 

23- 
Inclination, to be against one's, 129, 

4- 
Increase, to, 43, 8. 
Indeed, 9,1 ; 18, 23 ; 26, 7, 8; 30, 7. 
Indian, 63, 7 — bedstead, an, 143, 

21 — corn, 27, 7 — cradle, an, 19, 

18 — language, to speak the, 48, 

9 — shoes, 63, 8 — thou, 32, 16. 
Indians of the same nation, 64, 23 

— northern, 66, 12. 
Indiff"erence, 15, 7, 8; 58, 7. 
Indifferent, to be, 15, 6 — heart and 

mind, to be of an, 58, 6. 
Indignation, exclamation of, 44, 5, 

6; 122, 21. 



Indisposed, 69, 18 — in mind, to be, 
144, 20. 

Inferior, it is, 17, 19. 

Infirm, 58, 14. 

Inform each other, to, 150, 22. 

Information, 10, 10 ; 169, 9. 

Inhabitant, 34, 17. 

Ink, 30, 22. 

Innocence, 57, l; 107, il. 

Innocent, one that is, in, 20— suf- 
ferer, 102, 17 — to be, 107, 10, i(-i. 

Inquire, to, 91, 18 — 176, 6 — of e.;cli 
other, to, 92, 19. 

Instruct, to, 10, 8; 17, 17. 

Instruction, 48, 17. 

Instrument, to tune an, 60, 24. 

Insult somebody, to, 72, 16. 

Insulted, the being, 72, 16. 

Intercession, no, 5. 

Interpret, 21, 7. 

Invisible, 99, 17. 

Invitation, 155, 4. 

Inwardly, 170, i. 

Ipecacuanha, 78, 12. 

Iron, 134, 7 — pot, 132, 22; 157, 17 
— splitting, 104, 12 — wedge, 105, 
6 — wood, 72, 9. 

Iroquois, an, 81, 14. 

Irresolution, 11, 21. 

Is, as it, 32, 4. 

Island, 81, 6 — the point of an, 157, 
6. 

It, 93, 9, 10 — is as it should be, 71, 
25 ; 72, 2 — is so, 63, 27 — is so 
much, 90, 13 — is there, 48, 6. 

Itch, one that has the, 57, 22 — to 
have the, 57, 21. 



January, 21, II. 

Jaw bone, the, 29, il. 

Jealous, 53, 2, 5 — of somebody, to 

be, 74, 16. 
Jealousy, 73, 18; 81, 4. 



INDEX. 



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Jesting, II, 2. 
Jocular, to be, lo, 25. 
Joined together, 138, 19. 
Joins close together, it, 136, 2. 
Joint, 134, 2 — of the foot, 26, 13. 
Journey, to make a provision for a, 

97, 10. 
Joy, 173, 13 — exclamation of, 48, 

23. 24; 51, 4; 121, 9. 
Joyful, 173, 15 — to be, 173, 12. 
Judge somebody, to, 42, 4. 
Juice, 177, 10. 
July, 50, 14. 
Jump hither, to, 148, 13 — over, to, 

60, 7 — over the fence, to, 10, 20; 

118, 4. 
Jumps, it, 65, 15. 
June, 54, II. 
Junk of fire, 118, 3. 
Just, 172, 6— alike, 143, 10, 13 — 

here, 51, 6 — now, 40, 3 — so, 125, 

8 — to be, 125, 5. 



Keep a feast in Indian style, to, 95, 
9 — a servant, to, 17, 14 — each 
other in remembrance, to, 73, 12 
— holy day, to, 87, 9 — in fellow- 
ship, to, go, 21 — one's promise, to 
171, 18 — or preserve unto some- 
body, to, 135, 16 — somebody, to, 
173, 21 — watch, to, IQ2, 7. 

Keeper, gg, ir. 

Keg, bottom of a, 158, 9. 

Kettle, 49, 5 — to burn the, 11, 17. 

Key, 139, 13 ; 143, 2. 

Kidney, 4g, 6. 

Kill a bear, to, g6, 8 — each other, 
they, 9, 8 — somebody, to, g6, 13 
— to seek to, 36, 13 ; 38, 5. 

Kind, 141, 17; 174, 20 — to be, 
141, 14 — to each other, to be, 41, 
I — to speak, 141, 16. 



Kindle, to, 89, 11 ; 151, 21 — a 
flame within one, to, 89, 10. 

Kindness, 147, 15; 174, 19. 

Kindred, 60, 22. 

King, 123, 13 -great, a, 54, 16— to 
make to a, 123, 14. 

Kingdom, 123, 15. 

Kinsman, 60, 18. 

Kiss, to, 87, 6. 

Knee, 46, 18; iii, 2. 

Kneel down to, 98, 7 — to some- 
body, to, 98, 8. 

Knife, 57, 15; 105, 12 — drawing, 
60, 13 — to cut with a, 43, 18. 

Knock, to, iig, 17 — at the door, to, 
109, 6 — down to, 112, 21 — in, to, 
118, 12 — off, to, ig, I — out, to, 
118, 12 — somebody on the head, 
to, 118, 2. 

Knoll, a, 154, 2. 

Knot, a, 38, 18. 

Know, I don't, 136, 24; 137,5,17; 
to, 52, 20; 91, 13; 100, 13; 
104, 6; 155, 17; 166, 20 — how 
to do it, to, 98, 27 — somebody, 
to, 100, 12 — 104, 5 — well, to, 
175, II, 13 — when, I don't, 137, 

5- 
Knowledge, 155, 18. 
Known, 160, 17 — to make, 58, 19; 

112, IX. 



Labor, 84, 25, 27 — hard, to, 11, 23 
— in vain to, 139, 16 — to be bur- 
thened with, 149, 11. 

Laborer, 84, 26. 

Ladder, 30, 21. 

Laden, ready, 43, 24. 

Ladle, scum, 77, 23 — stirring, 35, 

13- 

Lake, 81, 20; 128, 6 — a, 76, 20 — 

over the, 25, 13. 
Lamb of God, 139, 24. 



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Lame, 45, 20; 121, 11 — he that is, 
121, 12 — the, 128, 4 — to be, 45, 
19. 

Lamp, 94, 2 — to carry a, 94, 3. 

Lancet, a, 113, 15. 

Land, bottom, fine, good, 170, 12 
— rain, 16, 13 — to, 25, 17 — turtle, 
136, II. 

Language, 64, 6 — to speak the In- 
dian, 48, 9 — to use bad, 70, i — 
wicked, 72, 15. 

Large, 19, 13; 68, 5 ; 77, 7, 12, 
17 — fish, 19, 10 — it appears, 77, 
18. 

Lasciviousness, 12, 23. 

Last, at, 73, 14; 169, 23 — day, the, 
79, 22 — evening, 153, 24 — sum- 
™^r> 35t 7 — time, the, 73, 13 ; 
83, 16 — will, 36, 16; 101,4 — 
winter, 35, 6. 

Lasting peace, 14, 6. 

Lastly, 73, 13 ; 169, 23. 

Lately, 65, 16; 175, 15. 

Lath, 118, 25 ; 119, 3. 

Latterly, 177, 20. 

Laugh, they, 44, 19 — to, 41, 22 — at 
somebody, to, 10, 23 — at some 
one, to, 12, 16. 

Laughs, he, 44, 19. 

Laughter, exclamation of, 47, I ; 
48, 8. 

Law, 64, 12. 

Lay hands to something, to, 64, 14 
— on, to, 26, 18 — up one treasure 
only, to, 95, 12. 

Laziness, 99, 20. 

Lazy, 99, 19 — he is, 41, 13 — miser- 
ably, 98, 20 — to be, 41, 13. 

Lead, 136, 20— to, 123, 4 — a hea- 
thenish life, to, 93, 19 — each 
other, to, 123, 3. 

Leaf, 28, 16; 177, 7 — over the, 25, 
II. 

Leaks, it, 176, 20. 



Leanness, 17, 20. 

Leap over, to, 60, 7. 

Leaps, it, 65, 15. 

Learn, 17, 19; 149, 18 — to become, 

166, 26. 

Leather, 27, 15 — breeches, 27, 17 
— string, 71, 2; 83, I ; 129, 12. 

Leave, loi, 5 — behind, to, 95, 10 
— off, to, 16, 4; 119, 7 — out, to, 
64, 3 — over, to, 18, 6 — some one 
to, loi, 6. 

Leaves, 55, 20 — come out, the, 

167, 19 — grow red, the, 68, 26 — 
it is full of, 28, 16 — of a tree, 28, 
16 — turn red, 68, 21. 

Left hand, 81, 3— to the, 81, 3. 
Leg, 157, 16 — the main smew of 

the, 93, 23. 
Leisure, to be at, 58, 4. 
Lend me, 55, 18 — to, 53, 12 — a 

hand, to, 164, 6. 
Length, 12, i, 13; 131, 10. 
Lenni Lenape, one of the three tribes 

of the, 148, 12. 
Leprous, to be, 31, 26. 
Less, 31,21; loi, 16; loi, 20 — 

to be, 135, 15. 
Let alone, 50, 1 1 — it alone, 52, 4 — 

'O) ^Si 3 — '^^> to> iiQ) 9 — blood, 

to, 105, 9 — somebody have the 

preference, to, 49, 18 — somebody 

in, to, 75, 19. 
Letter, 26, l ; 62, 24; 72, 19. 
Level, 129, 5. 
Levity, 39, 5. 
Liar, a, 10, 14 — to make to a, 37, 

I. 
Liberate, to, 96, 15. 
Liberty, 96, 21. 
Lice, head, 49, 14. 
Lick, to, 99, 10. 
Lid, a, 56, 9, 14. 
Lie, a, 55, 17 — an abominable, 98, 

12 — to, 10, 13; 42, 20 — abomi- 



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nably, to, 98, 11 — down, to, 64, 
5; 127, 22 — down to sleep, to, 
38, 10 — to have told a ready, 82, 
21 — on the back, to, 151, 18 — 
sick in a poor condition, to, 58, 
15 — still, to, 28, 13 — with each 
other, to, 161, 5. 

Lies, it, 127, 21; 169, 5 — to tell, 
36, I?. 

Life, 53, 10; 61, 17; 62, l6; 118, 
18— he who giveth, 62, 14 — he 
who is the, 118, 19 — heathenish, 
90, 18 — miserable, 58, 13 — sor- 
rowful, 149, 9 — to depart this, 34, 
19 — to lead a heathenish, 93, 19 
— troublesome, 123, 17; 149, 9 
— word of, 112, 2. 

Lift it up, 35, I— up, to, 23, 15; 
118, 9 — up the hand, to, 23, 18. 

Lifted up, to be, 23, 16. 

Light, 42, II; 60, 17; 149, 16; 
151, 20; 152, 2, 3; 164, 20, 23 — 
giving, 114, 8 — he who is the, 
164, 22 — it is, 42, 12 — minded- 
ness, 55, 8 — to, 89, 11 — to be, 
164, 21 — to make, 22, 26 — to 
somebody, to give, 114, 9. 

Lighten, to, 151, 21. 

Lightens, it, 124, 14. 

Lightning, 124, 15 — afar off, 123, 
I — bug, 124, 20; 152, 15 — it 
flashes, 124, 18. 

Like, 135, 7 — as, 32, 18 — it, I, 102, 
18 — manner, 32, 18 — manner, in, 
169, 15 — that, 32, 18 — to be in 
some place, to, 159,19 — to go, to, 
160, 13 — to hear, to, 160, 14 — 
somebody, 160, 15 — unto, 64, 17, 
18; 72, 7 — what is it, 134, 19. 

Likely, it is, 156, 3. 

Likes it, he, 174, 21. 

Likewise, 33, 11 ; 169, 15. 

Liking, 160, 2. 

Lime, 165, 24. 



Linden tree, 63, 15; 136, 19. 
Line, a, 53, i — boat, 44, 22 — fishing, 

.19. 3.4- 

Linen, coarse, 19, 12 — fine, 172, 20. 

Linni Lenape, one of the three 
tribes of the, 85, 14. 

Lip, 168, 15. 

Listen, 17, i ; 44, 13 — privately, to, 
139, 5 — to each other, to, 93, 
24. 

Little, 135, 10, II, 13; 138, 10; 
139, l; 140, 12, 13— a, 52, 9; 
135, 3 — and little, by, 20, 26 ; 21, 
I; 141, 18 — canoe, 20, 10 — dog, 
18, 1 1 — further, a, 50, 8 — longer, 
a, 47, 18 — man, 63, 18 — one, 141, 
5— owl, 45, 5— pig, 45, 13— tree, 
48, 16 — very, 70, 16; 139, 2,3 — 
while, a, 63, 16 — while ago, a, 40, 
3; 41, 24; 155, 10. 

Live, he who makes, iii, 27 — he 
who makes me, 61, 15 — to, 61, 
14; 62, 15; 118, 17 — blameless, 
to, 152, 17 — by what, to, 154, 18 — 
from, to, 148, 20 — on, to, 148, 20 
— or dwell with each other, to, 
163, 16 — orderly, to, 152, 17 — so 
long, to, 131, 8 — to cause to, 112, 
I — to make, 61, 16; 112. i — 
until now, to, 114, 10 — until now, 
to cause to, 114, 11 — willingly, 
to, 160, 7 — with, to, 163, 4. 

Lively, I am, 95, 6 — to be, 10, 25 
— to cause to be, 61, 16. 

Living, 1x8, 20 — thing, one, 75, 23. 

Lizard, 38, 20; 86, 17. 

Lo! 127, 15. 

Load, 164, II — to carry a, 90, 7; 
164, 12 — to fetch a, 92, i — some- 
body with a burden, to, 164, 10. 

Loaded, 116, 19. 

Loaf, small, 12, 18. 

Loathe, to, 98, 19; 133, 7. 

Loathsome, to be, 133, 9. 



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INDEX. 



Lock, cock of a gun, 71, 16 — to, 83, 
II. 

Locked up, 56, 7. 

Locust, a, 147, 3 — tree, honey, 117, 
20. 

Locusts, 109, 10. 

Lodge at one's house, to, 163, 22. 

Log, building, 81, 24— for a house, 
12, 3 — or tree, over the, 25, 10. 

Logs, pine, 59, 7. 

Long, 20, 4 ; 45, 24 ; 46, 2, 8 ; 122, 
II — ago, 62, 2 ; 65, 17 ; 171, 14 
— as, 131, 20 — for, to, 37, 22; 
38, 2 — how, 52, 10— so, 131, II, 
20 — timber, 13, lO — to be, 46, I 
— to stay out, 45, 21 — to think a 
thing, 46, 7 — while, a, 46, 10; 
122, II. 

Longer, a little, 47, 18. 

Look, 33, 12 — painful, 149, 12 — 
sorrowful, 149, 12 — to, 10, 12; 
64, 24; 112, 24 — at each other, 
to, 113, 5 — at somebody, to, 113, 
I — back, to, 44, 16; 46, 16 — 
beyond, to, 175, 19 — fine, to, 174, 
23 — for, to, 92, I — for something, 
to, 92, 3 — friendly, to, 60, 19 — 
hither, to, 114, 17 — over, to, 175, 
19 — steadfastly at something, to, 
100, 4 — upon as an honor, to, 176, 
16. 

Looking-glass, 113, 18. 

Looking poorly, 10, 22. 

Looks black, it, 134, li — cleanly, 
it, 116, 2 — disagreeable, it, 145, 
21 — great, it, 77, 18 — otherwise, 
it, 115, 18 — quite otherwise, 147, 
10 — strange, he, 147, 11 — strange, 
it, 145, 21 ; 147, 5 — well, it, 174, 
22 — white, it, 166, 4. 

Loose, to, 169, 8 — to cut, 66, 6. 

Loosen, to, 40, 13; 59, 15. 

Loosening, 59, 14. 

Lord, 96, 1 1 — the, 93, 5. 



Lose, to, 21, 13. 

Loss, 21, 12 ; 169, 12. 

Loss what to do, to be at a, 122, 4. 

Loud, to speak, 19, 14; 68, 8. 

Love, 14, 19 — he that is, 14, 20 — if 
you, 14, 16 — better, to, 51, 3 — to 
feel, 14, 21 — one another, to, 14, 
18 — somebody, to, 14, 16. 

Lover, my, 31, 7 — of hunting, 159, 
20. 

Loving, 14, 22. 

Low, 135, 10, II, 13, 14 — -minded 

person, 83, 2 priced, 137, 21 

— spirited, to be, loi, 13 — water, 
36, 22. 

Lower, to be, 135, 15. 

Lowliness of mind. 138, 3. 

Lowly-minded, to be, 138, i. 

Luck, to miss one's, 108, 21. 

Lucky, 99, 13 — the, 153, 23. 

Lukewarm, 43, 23. 

Luminous, 87, 3. 

Lunch, 97, 10. 

Lust, to, 36, 15. 

Lying, 98, 26. 



Madman, a, 37, 3. 

Majestic, the most, 34, 6. 

Majesty, 17, 10. 

Make, I, 73, 23 — bread, I, 12, 17 — 
to, 42, 21 ; 73, 23—85, I — a 
great noise, to, 37, 15 — a house 
ready, to, 43, 10 — an offering, to, 
157, 13 — even, to, 60, 14 — easy, 
to, 22, 26 — free, to, 96, 15 — 
light, to, 22, 26 — ready, to, 43, 14 
— somebody, to, 157, 10 — some- 
thing, to, 43,7 — something, to be 
able to, 98, 27 — to a chief or 
king, to, 123, 14 — to a liar, 10,37, 
I — use of, to, 22, 6 ; 24, 13 ; 35, 
II — well to, 175, 10 — wet, to, 56, 
18. 



INDEX. 



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Maker, 74, i. 

Makes a terrible noise, it, 37, 16. 

Male, genitals, 158, 19 — of beasts, 

63, 20 — of birds and fowls, 63, 

21. 
Maltreat somebody, to, 44, 15. 
Mamma, 45, 15. 
Man, 51, 6; 63, 17; 112, 5; 155, 

15, 19 — a rich, 14, 14 — a single, 

53, 6 — chief, 53, 14— cunning, 

63, 26— little, 63, 18— old, 84, 

22. 
Man's cousin, a, 175, 16. 
Manfully, 63, 22. 
Manifest, 86, 4 — to make, 58, 19; 

86,4. 
Manifested, to be, 93, 6. 
Manifold, 27, 18 — in the belly of 

animals, 113, 14. 
Mankind, 112, 5, 6. 
Manner, 29, 14 — in a heavy, 58, 10 

— in another, 58, 12 — then, in 

what, 138, II — to be in a like, 

141, 9 — to preach in such a, 65, 8. 
Many, 28, 7 ; 68, 4 — as, as, 34, 1 2 — 

as are here, as, 34, 9 — nights, 28, 

8 — there were, 28, 7. 
Maple sugar, 13, 17 — tree, 128, 10. 
March, the month, 77, 25 ; 127, 7. 
Mark, a, 52, 19; 53, i — to shoot at 

a, 12, 24 ; 15, 22. 
Marks, one who understands the, 

52. 19- 
Marriage, 158, 3 — his relation by, 

155. 7— my, 155, 8. 
Married, he is, 158, 5 — people, 158, 

4 — person, 158, 6. 
Marry, to, 158, 5. 
Marshy, 23, 22 — deeply, 46, 6. 
Marten, a, 166, 2. 
Martyr, 102, 17. 
Master, 96, 1 1 — of the house, 155, 

23 — of, to be, 96, 22 — to be one's 

own, 96, 18. 



Mat made of rushes, 20, 20. 

Material, corporeal, 79, 4. 

Matter, 78, 5; 79, 23; 80, 2 — 

stands, thus the, 91, 2. 
Mattery, 80, 3. 
Mature, to, 43, 5. 
Maul, 104, 16. 
May, 139, 12 — apple, 74, 19 — be, 

30, 6. 
Me, lend, 55, 18. 
Meadow, bog, 129, 2. 
Meager, to grow, 166, 26. 
Meal, parched, 120, 6; 135, 18. 
Mean, 135, 10. 
Meaning of the word, 61, 5. 
Means, by no, 24, 4, 6 ; 139, 20. 
Meat, 103, 17 — a little piece of, 

103, 18 — a piece of, 103, 17 — 

salt, 130, 19 — to cut, 105, II. 
Mediator, 35, 10. 
Medicine, 26, 3. 
Meditate something good or bad, 

to hatch or, 42, 20. 
Meek, the, 139, 24— to be, 141, 14. 
Meet, to, 76, 5; 89, 21 — each 

other, to, 89, 23 — somebody, to, 

89, 22 — somebody, to go to, 117, 

13- 

Meeting house, 76, 7. 
Melancholy, to be, 123, 21 ; 130, 

8. 
Melt, to, 65, 2. 
Melted, 65, i. 
Melts, it, 64, 20. 
Member, 134, 2. 
Men, wise, 63, 25. 
Mend, to, 29, i ; 65, 9 — in health, 

to, 53, 9- 
Mended, 27, 21. 
Mental anguish, 58, 9. 
Mention, to, 159, 16. 
Mentioned, 159, 17. 
Merchandise, 61, 10; 78, 19. 
Merchant, 80, 18. 



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INDEX. 



Merciful, lo, 21 ; 39, 3; 41, 5 — he 
who is, 41, 4 — to be, 40, 2 — to- 
ward one another, to be, 41, i. 

Mercy, 39, 4; 41, 3. 

Merit, 110, 8; 169, 17. 

Merry, 173, 15— to be, 44, 7; 173, 

12. 

Message, 178, i. 

Messenger, 33, 19; 42, 2. 

Messengers, 33, 18 — his, 155, 12. 

Middle finger, 62, 7 — in the, 63, 2 
— of a piece of ground, 61, 18 — 
of the forehead, 62, 6 — of the 
thigh, 61, 13 — of winter, 62, 4 — 
the, 62, 3. 

Midnight, 62, 5. 

Midst, 62, 3 — in our, 152, 18; 169, 
II. 

Might, 152, 24. 

Mighty, 17, 22; 18,1; 46,12 — the, 
30, 16. 

Mild, 106, I; 141, 15, 18 — God, 

139. 24. 
Mildness, 169, 4. 
Milk, 99, 21 — skim, 81, 19 — to, 

M7. 7- 

Mill, 135, 19. 

Milt, 152, 7. 

Mind, calmness of, 15, 8; 55, 12 — 
contrary, 22, 13 — lowliness of, 
138, 3 — made up, to have one's, 
125, 10 — of one, 71, 22 — put me 
in, 84, 17 — the being of one, 95, 
19 — to be in anguish of, 58, 8 — 
to be indisposed in, 144, 20 — to 
be of a calm, 55, 1 1 — to be of an 
indifferent, 58, 6 — to be of one, 
71, 18, 23; 95, 14 — to be of one 
heart and, 95, 18 — to be settled 
in, 72, 3 — to be troubled in, ii, 
20; 59, 10; 75, 18; 123, 22 — 
to create with the, 42, 18 — to 
have made up one's, 43, 12 — to 
make of one, 71, 19. 



Minded, as he is, 33, 21 — to be 
high, 68, 2 — to be lowly, 138, 1. 

Minister, 115, 4. 

Mink, 160, 20. 

Miracle, to perform a, 37, 17. 

Mire, deep, 46, 5. 

Miry, 98, 17. 

Misbehavior, 144, 2. 

Miscarry, to, 130, 14. 

Mischief, to make, 75, 7. 

Miserable, 41, 6; 58, 14; 149, 10 — 
life, 58, 13 — to be, 41, 8; 58, 17 — 
slave, to be a, 41, 7. 

Miserably, to perish, 31, 26. 

Misfortune, 177, i. 

Misled, those who have been, 141, 

7- 

Miss one's luck or chance, to, 108, 
21 — the time, to, 107, 22. 

Mist, 25, 5. 

Mistake, to make a, 117, 21. 

Misunderstand, to, 144, 8. 

Misunderstanding, 144, 9. 

Mix clay, to, 23, 25. 

Mixed, 156, 18. 

Moan, to, 130, 8. 

Mock or laugh at somebody, to, 10, 
23 — somebody, to, 12, 16; 90, 
22; 153, 19. 

Mocking, 11, 2. 

Modest, 135, 13; 138, 4, 9. 

Moisleneth, he that, 155, 11. 

Money, 45, i. 

Month, 43, 21 — in which the deer 
begin to turn gray, 123, 10 — in 
which the frogs begin to croak, 
the, 147, 14 — of August, the, 159, 
15 — of falling leaves, the, 119, 13 
— of March, the, 127, 7 — when 
cold makes the trees crack, the, 

77, I- 
Moon, the, 143, 17. 
More, 18, 8 — by degrees, 21, 15 — 

powerful, 17, 16 — still, 50, 7 — 



INDEX. 



211 



the, more and more, 20, 26 ; 
21, I. 

Moreover, 24, 5. 

Morning, 165, 22 — cold, 137, 13 ; 
142, 9 — early in the, 15, 10; 16, 
6; 131, 2, 3 — fine, 172, 5 — good, 
165, 21 — this, 31, 22; 127, 23 — 
unpleasant, 6g, 23. 

Mortal, 21, 6; 76, 24. 

Mortar, 135, 19. 

Mosquito, 123, 16. 

Moss on trees, 84, 10. 

Most, 33, 25 — gracious one, the, 34, 
2 — holy, the, 34, i — majestic, the, 
34, 6 — part, for the, 45, 3 — power- 
ful, 33. 23; 34, 6. 

Mostly, 45, 3. 

Moth, a, 103, 19. 

Mother, 45, 15; 36, 23 — the (of 
breast), 53, 7. 

Motherin-law, 85, 6. 

Motherless, 129, 24. 

Mould, bullet, 18, 20. 

Mound, a, 154, 2. 

Mountain, 150, 6 — top of, 123, 7. 

Mountainous, 150, 9. 

Mouse, 12, 20; 21, 8; 118, 8. 

Mouth, the, 153, 13 — tied in the, 
44, 14 — to open the, 142, 23; 
147, 20 — to shut the, 124, 10. 

Moved, 116, II. 

Moves, it, 58, 25 — swiftly, it, 59, 
20. 

Mow, to, 29, 9 ; 74, 8. 

Much, 27, 13; 28, 7; 68, 4; 77, 
10, 1 1 — almost too, 36, 10 — as, 
as, 34, 12 — as one owes, as, 34, 
10 — how, 52, 6, 8 — more, 18, 8 
— so as, 32, 18 — too, 168, 8, 9 — 
so very, 49, 17 — very, 49, i6, 

17- 
Mud, 23, 21 — deep, 46, 5. 
Muddy, 23, 22; 98, 17 — creek in 

a swamp, 74, 21. 
R 



Mulberry, 165, 4. 

Multitude, 77, 9. 

Murder, 53, 21 — to, 96, 25 — se- 
cretly, to, 53, 20. 

Murderer, 16, 26 — a secret, 53, 22. 

Murderous, 97, i. 

Muscle, 31, 2; 118, 13 — a, 145, 25 
— little, 146, I. 

Musical instrument, 12, II. 

Muskrat, 29, 10. 

Must, 23, 12. 

My, 85, 16. 

Myself, 95, 25. 

Mystery, 38, i. 



Nail, 87, 15 — my, 157, 15 — on hand 
or foot, 157, 15 — to drive in a, 

39. 19- 
Naked, 82, 18; 87, 3; 133, 22 — to 
be, 133, 23 — to make somebody, 

133. 24- 
Name, 153, 10; 169, 19 — a, 66, 16 

— the, 67, 9 — to, 157, 8. 
Named, 67, 8 ; 159, 17 — so he is, 

32, 17- 
Names, one, he, 157, 8. 
Narrowly, 154, 21. 
Nasty, 98, 21 — smelled, 71, 5 — 

talk, 98, 26— to talk, 98, 25 — to 

taste, 98, 16 — work, 98, 15. 
Nature, to be by, 89, 7. 
Naughty, 72, 14. 
Navel, the, 99, 2; 163, 17. 
Near, 38, 4; no, 18; 22, 26; 

113, 25— by, 41, 14; no, 19; 

167, 24 — somebody, to be, no, 

24 — the time is, no, 25 — very, 

36, 18. 
Nearly, 45, 3 ; almost, 36, 10. 
Nearness, 41, 15. 
Necessary, 9, 10. 
Necessitated, 23, 12. 
Neck, 45, 6; 103,6; 156,11. 



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INDEX. 



Need, to be in, loi, 17. 

Needle, a, 30, 5. 

Negro, 94, 1 1 ; 134, 6. 

Neighbor, no, 20. 

Neither, 165, i. 

Nephew, 66, 7, 23. 

Nest, a, 13, II — bird's, 150, i. 

Net, of yarn, 50, 16 — to catch some- 
thing with a, 13, 7. 

Nettle, 157, I. 

Never, 24, 4; 134, 18. 

Nevermore, 24, 4. 

Nevertheless, 16, 14; 50, 4, 11 ; 
121, 3. 

New, 177, 22 — it is, 177, 23 — shoe, 
177, 21. 

News, good, 172, II; 174, 17. 

Next year, 36, 12. 

Nice, 128, 12. 

Nigh, no, 22 — it draweth, in, 15. 

Night, 117, II — at or by, 97, 16 — 
by, 117, 9; cold, 142, 18 — 
-hawk, 117, 3 — it was, 117, 9 — 
last, 143, 16; 153, 24 — moder- 
ately warm, 136, 23 — one, loi, 
8 — only one, loi, 9 — sets in, 
117, 12 — to go by, 97, 17 — walk- 
er, 102, 12. 

Nights, three, 88, 23. 

Nimble, to be, 162, 18. 

Nine, 113, 22 — hundred, 113, 23. 

Ninety, 113, 24. 

No, 24, 4, 6 ; 75, 8, 9 ; .134, 18. 

Nobody, 24, 4. 

Noise, it makes a terrible, 37, 16 — 
to make a great, 37, 15 — to make 
an ugly, 98, 13. 

Noisy, 98, 26 — to be, 10, 25 ; 98, 

25- 
Noon, 105, 4. 
Nor, 165, X. 
North, 66, 12 — side of a hill, on 

the, 17, 4 — wind, 66, 11. 
Northerly, 66, 12. 



Northward, 66, 12, 13. 

Nose, 158, 8 — to bleed at the, 79, 

12 — to blow the, 124, II — to run 

at the, 132, I. 
Not, 24,4; 75, 8; 134, iS — at all, 

24,4; 134, 18; 139,20 — even, 

50, II — unly, 130, 15 — too dear, 

140, 16— yet, 35, 3, 4; 93, 15, 

16, 17; 94, 14. 
Notch, to, 37, 21 — a tree, to, 162, 

20. 
Nothing, 24, 4. 
Notice of, to take no, 175, 20. 
Nourishment, 126, 7. 
November, 160, 18. 
Now, 51, 10, 13, 20; 64, 8; 178,8 

— and then, 136, 15; 137, 15 — 

just, 40, 3 — till, 51, 13 — until, 88, 

I. 
Nowhere, 75, 8. 
Nurse, 92, 24 — a, 102, 14 — child's, 

102, 3 — to, 100, I I. 
Nut, white hickory, 142, 2. 



0,164,19 — my! 31, 15 — that! 178, 

9- 
Oak, black, 162, 7 — Spanish, 19, ix 
— swamp, 109, 13 — white, 161, 

13- 
Oar, 145, 7 — paddle, 136, 16. 
Obedience, 25, 21. 
Obedient, 25, 22. 
Obey, to, 25, 20. 
Object, to have one, 95, 14. 
Obliged, 23, 12. 
Oblique, 116, 5 — it is, 116, 8. 
Ocean, 54, 15. 
October, 119, 13. 
Odd, it seems, 147, 5. 
Oddness, 145, 17. 
Odoriferous, 160, 9. 

Of, 149.3; 177. II- 

Off, to break, 35, 17; 105, 13— to 



INDEX. 



213 



fire, io6, 7 — to leave, i6, 4 ; 119, 
7 — to take or pull, 46, 25 ; 64, 4; 
68, 20. 
OfFering, 157, 11 — to make an, 157, 
13 — to somebody, to make an, 

157. lo- 

Office, an, 64, 11 — one holding an, 
64, II. 

Often, 20, 3; 136, 15; 138, 22 — 
as, 32, 18 — as, as, 34, 11 — so, 32, 
18; 135, 3- 

Oh! 24, 16; 164, 19; 167, 8 — 
that! 51, 14, 15. 

Oil, 118, 14 — to beat, 118, 15. 

Old, 53, II; 78, I, 2, 3 ; 83, 10 — 
field, 77, 26 — from use, 78, 4 — 
man, 84, 22 — of, 164, i8 — to be, 
53, 13; 84, 21 — tree, 77, 24; 122, 
I — woman, 27, 8. 

Older people, 53, 11. 

On, 50, 12; 149, 2. 

Once, 137, 15 — more, 61, 2; 101, 
7 ; 146, 24. 

One, 71, 24; 75,23; 76,4; 79, 17; 
95, 16, 17 — a certain, 79, 17 — 
another, to love, 14, 18 — eyed, 
93, 14 — holding an office, 64, 
II — hundred, 46, 21 ; 95, 13 — 
living thing, 75. 23— night, 95, 
20; loi, 8— of these days, 32, 13 
— only, loi, 7 — person, 71, 21 ; 
79, 19 — that is humble, 40, 20 — 
thousand, 140, 5 — to become, 79, 
20. 

One's own person, 96, 24. 

Onion, 148, 11 — an, 160, 24. 

Only, 130, 15, 17 — if, 15, 12 — one, 
71, 24; 76, 4; loi, 7 — one, the, 
93. 12. 

Oozes out, it, 176, 20. 

Open, 139, 10; 140, 14; 143, 3— 
arms, 139, 11 — burst, 140, 14 — 
to, 139, 15; 143, I — to fall and 
burst, 29, 5 — the door, to, 142, 



25 — the mouth, to, 142, 23 ; 147, 

20. 
Openly, 87, 3. 
Opinion, 65, 6 — to be of, 39, 7 ; 44, 

9; 91, 19. 
Opossum, 87, II ; 166, 10. 
Opposite, 143, 13; 156, 10 — he 

lives, 156, 10. 
Or, 128, 7 ; 130, 2. 
Order, to put a house in, 43, 10. 
Orderly person, an, 153, 25. 
Orderly, to do, 72, i — to live, 152, 

17- 

Original, 63, 12. 

Ornament, 173, 20. 

Orphan, an, 128, 15. 

Other, 136, 21 ; 137, 4 — side, on 
the, 25, 14, 15. 

Otherwise, 58, 12 ; 85, 15; 107,25; 
108, 6; 115, 17; 144, 14 — by far, 
85, 15 — it looks, 115, 18. 

Otter, 45, 23. 

Out of, 50, 12; 149, 2 — of doors, 
56, 6 — of this place, 56, 6 — to 
drive, 40, 12 — to go all, 154, 11. 

Outrun some one, to, 96, 7. 

Outstretched, 129, 17 — arms, 129, 

23- 

Oven, an, 38, 17. 

Over, 25, 14, 15; 143, 13 — frozen, 
56, 13 — or beyond the hill, 25, 6 
— the fence, 25, 12 — the lake, 
25, 13 — the leaf, 25, 11 — the log 
or tree, 25, 10 — the rain is, 66, 
14 — the water, 37, 5 — there, 25, 
14, 15; 37, 5; 50, 5— to leave, 
18, 6 — to look, 175, 19. 

Overcome, to, 18, 5 ; 109, 19. 

Overflowed with water, 120, 8. 

Overgrown with weeds, 65, 10. 

Overhead, 131, 7. 

Overlook, to, 175, 20. 

Overseer, 39, 13. 

Overset, to, 44, 21. 



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Owes, as much as one, 34, 10. 
Owl, 45, 4— little, 45, 5. 
Own, to, 96, 22. 
Oysters, 132, 20. 



Packed, ready, 43, 24. 

Paddle, 145, 7 — to, 145, 10. 

Pail, water, 153, 17. 

Pain, 159, 13 — bitter, 162, 4 — ex- 
clamation of, 31, 15; 52, 23 — in 
the breast, 153, 15 — sorrowful, 
130, 6 — to endure, 73, I — to 
feel, 130, 5; 159, 11, 12— to 
feel great, 14, 5 — to feel less, 
31, 18 — to feel sore, 162, 3 — to 
suffer, 24, 20. 

Painful, II, 24; 25, 3; 149, 5, 6, 
10; 168, 16 — death, 24, 2 — look, 
149, 12 — to feel, 149, 7. 

Pale, 166, 14. 

Palm of the hand, 148, 2. 

Panther, 12, 15, 16. 

Papaw tree, 70, 21. 

Parable, 34, 14 — to speak, a, 31, l ; 

34. 13- 
Pardon, to ask, 78, 23. 
Parent, 154, 24. 
Partaker, the being made, 22, 8 — to 

be made, 22, 7. 
Partridge, 119, 18. 
Pass by, to, 17, 7 ; 66, 15. 
Pastime, 11, i. 

Pasture, good, 172, 19 — to, 100, 18. 
Patch, a, 29, 2 — to, 29, i. 
Patched, 27, 21. 
Path, 21, 3; 56, 25. 
Patience, 115, 3. 
Patient, 109, 4— the, 139, 24. 
Paw, pretty little, 174, 8. 
Pay, 109, 20 — to, 30, 3, 4 — one 

another, to, 30, I. 
Payment, 30, i. 
Peace, 60, 20 — lasting, 14, 6 — 



treaty, of, 173, 3 — with one an- 
other, to be at, 172, 2. 

Peaceable, 60, 21 — very, 14, 7. 

Peaceful, 60, 21. 

Peach, 115, 19. 

Peal off the rind of a tree, to, 26, 
16, 

Pea-vines, 124, 2. 

Penetrates my heart, it, 34, 25. 

Pent house, 117, 18. 

People, 96, 9 — among white, 130, 
23 — married, 158, 4 — older, 53, 
II. 

Perceive, to, 91, 13 — somebody, to, 
loi, 10. 

Perdition, 73, 15. 

Perform a miracle, to, 37, 17 — to 
be unable to, 16, 9; 107, 18. 

Perhaps, 30, 6 ; 88, i ; 117, 15, 19; 
136, 24; 137, 15, 17; 156, 2— 
then, III, 19. 

Perish miserably, to, 31, 26. 

Permit, to, 63, 3, 4. 

Perplexed, to be, 58, 8. 

Perplexity, 58, 9; 122, 5. 

Persecute, to, 36, 13 ; 38, 5. 

Persevere, to, 146, 20. 

Person, a blind, 38, 25 — a deaf, 38, 
24 — an orderly, well-behaved, 
153, 25 — an upright, 125, 6 — 
low-minded, 83, 2 — one, 71, 21; 
79, 19 — pious, 154, 4 — white, 
151. 15— young, 177, 19. 

Personal, 150, 12. 

Persons, double plural termination 
denoting deceased, 91, i. 

Persuade somebody, to, 13, 21. 

Petition, 160, 26. 

Petticoat, 149, 19. 

Pewter spoon, 13, 15. 

Pheasant, a, 104, 9. 

Physic, 26, 3 — good, 153, 22; 170, 

9- 
Physician, 53, 8. 



INDEX. 



215 



Pick up, to, 76, 10. 

Pickled, 132, 5. 

Piece, a, 108, 15 — of bread, 12, 18 

— to cut a, 108, 14. 
Pieces, rent in, 115, 9 — to tear in, 

66,4. 
Pierced, 140, 10 — through, 126, 11 ; 

140, II. 
Pig, little, 45, 13. 
Pigeon, ig, 24. 

Pike fish, 54, 5 ; 121, 17 ; 145, II. 
Pilgrim, 86, 2. 
Pillow, 80, I. 

Pincers, 47, 20 — pair of, 136, 3, 12. 
Pine, 59, 6 — logs, 59, 7 — nuts, 164, 

9 — swamp, 81, 2 — tree, 28, 19 — 

white, 116, 15 — wood, 28, 19; 

.59, 17- 

Pious person, 154, 4. 

Pipe for smoking, a, 49, 9 — pump- 
kin-stem, 119, 25. 

Pismire, 33, 8. 

Piss, to, 130, 12. 

Pitch dark, 14, 9. 

Pity, 'tis a, 15, 23. 

Place, 30, 10; 139, 18 — an unin- 
habitated, 139, 8 — his, 30, 10, 
II — in some, 81, 12 — in the 
second, 98, 6 — out of this, 56, 
6 — to, 48, 7 — to be in a good, 
174, 2 — to belong to a, and to 
be from a, 155, 2— to like to be 
in some, 159, 19 — to sleep on, 
12, 9— to watch, a, 102, 9. 

Places, in some, 81, 18. 

Plain, 80, 17 — a wide, 62, i; 78, 
14 — on the end of the, 161, 24 — 
without trees, a, 73, 4. 

Plainly, to speak, 174, 5. 

Plant, to, 47, 10 — a large piece of 
ground, to, 77, 16 — unwillingly, 
to, 129, 7. 

Plantation, 47, 9 — that side of the, 
25. 9- 



Planter, 47, 11. 

Planting, to be done, 42, 26 — to 

come from, 21, 21. 
Play, to, 10, 25 ; 108, 18. 
Please, 15, 12. 

Pleased with, to be, 160, il. 
Pleases him, it, 174, 21. 
Pleasure, to do a, 160, 4 — to do 

somebody, a, 160, 8 — to travel 

with, 160, 13. 
Plenty, 156, 15, 16, 19 — of bears, 

69, 3 — of deer, 14, 4 — to have, 

156, 17- 
Pliable, 169, 2. 
Plough, 60, 23. 
Plum, the wild red, 105, 5 ; 132, 

16. 
Plume of fowls, 84, 9. 
Plural termination denoting de- 
ceased persons, 91, i. 
Pocket-book, 26, 2. 
Point, 161, 22 — a sharp, 176, 2 — of 

an island, the, 157, 6. 
Pointed, 106, i. 
Poison vine, 121, 2. 
Pole, setting, 37, 7. 
Pole-cat, a, 130, II. 
Polish, to, 59, 4; 60, 12. 
Pond, a, 109, I. 
Poor, 17, 19; 23, 8; 41, 6; 58, 13, 

14 — to be, 41, 8; 58, 17. 
Poorly, looking, 10, 22 — to be, 58, 

17- 
Poplar, 20, II. 

Porch in front of a house, 117, 18. 
Possess, to, 61, II ; 89, 4; 103, 22 

— some one, to, 103, 20; 170, 

II. 
Pot, 23, 23 ; 49, 5 — with feet, an 

iron, 157, 17. 
Potato, 48, 20, 21 — wild white, 

166, II. 
Pothook, 49, 3. 
Pound, to, 118, 9; 135, 21. 



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INDEX. 



Pour out, to, 133, 15. 

Powder, 119, 10. 

Power, 146, 9, 17 ; 153, 24 — greater, 
17, 10 — of endurance, 15,2 — over 
another, to have, 17, 17 — spiritual, 

74, II. 

Powerful, 17, 16; 30, 16 — more, 
17, 16 — most, 33, 23 ; 34, 6. 

Prairie, a, 73, 4. 

Praise, 20, 6 ; 25, 19; 67, 15 ; 73, 8 
— the being elated by, 19, 8 — the 
receiving of, 67, 14 — to, 20, 2 ; 
25. 17; 73, 6, 9 — somebody, 25, 
18 ; 67, 12, 13. 

Praised, the being, 73, 7; 170, 14 
— to be, 170, 13. 

Pray, to, 109, 21 — for, to, 176, 10 
— for one another, no, 4 — for 
somebody, to, no, 2 — to some- 
body, to, 109, 22. 

Prayer, no, 6 — house of, no, 7. 

Preach, to, 112, 3, 9 — in such a 
manner, to, 65, 8. 

Preacher, 115, 4. 

Precious, 67, 16 ; 152, 25; 158, 22. 

Prefer, to, 49, 19; 51, 3. 

Preference, to let somebody have 
the, 49, 18. 

Pregnant, to be, 118, 6. 

Prepare, to, 43, 14 — food, to, 156, 
21. 

Prepared, to be, 42, 23. 

Presence of, in, 33, 13. 

Present, at, 112, 8 — to be, in, 23. 

Presently, 41, 24; 51, 13; 83, 12. 

Preserve, to, 169, 6 — one's life until 
this time, to, n4, 11. 

Preserver, 39, 13. 

Press, to, 132, 7, 8. 

Prettiness, 175, 4. 

Pretty, 25, 23; 120,5; 128, 12; 
174, 12; 175.3,7- 

Prevaricate, to, 107, 14. 

Prevent, to, 12, 14. 



Price, 61, 21 — fair, 140, 16 — falls 

in, 17, 6 — to set, a, 61, 20. 
Pride, 28, 5 ; 68, 3 ; 173, 17 — self, 

77, 19- 
Prison, 56, il. 
Prisoner, to take some one, 91, 6; 

136, 17; 142, 3. 
Prisoners, 139, 21. 
Privately, to hear, 139, 6 — to listen, 

139, 5 — to steal away, 54, 3. 
Privilege, 96, 23. 
Prize above everything, to, 18, 3. 
Probable, 156, 3. 
Procreation, 43, 9. 
Produce fruit, to, 43, 8. 
Profit, 168, 20. 
Profits little, it, 73, 22. 
Progress, not to, 55, 13. 
Promise, to keep one's, 171, 18. 
Pronounce well, to, 174, 5. 
Proper, 71, 25. 
Properly, to do, 72, I. 
Prosperity, 172, 10. 
Prostrate, to, 106, 11. 
Protect, to, 170, 5. 
Proud, to be, 68, 2 ; 173, 16. 
Proved true, it has, 43, 1 1. 
Provision, 86, 12 — for a journey, to 

make, 97, 10 — scarcity of, 76, 11, 
Prudent, 156, 6. 
Puckery, 142, i. 
Pull, to, 105, 23 — apart, to, 66, 4 — 

off, to, 46, 25 ; 68, 20 — somebody 

out of the water, to, 35, 20. 
Pulsation, the, 44, 24. 
Pulse, the, 44, 24. 
Pumpkin, 40, 9; 68, 6 — seeds, 158, 

21 — stem-pipe, 119, 25. 
Punk, 105, 15. 
Pup, 18, n. 

Pupil of the eye, the, 26, 6. 
Purchase, 78, 20 — to, 15, 14. 
Pure, 40, 5, 6 ; 63, 12 ; 115, 16, 21 

— to be made, 115, 15. 



INDEX. 



217 



Purely, 78, 15. 

Purity, 115, 22. 

Purpose, it answers the, 140, 21 — 
to be fixed in, 72, 3 — to no, 102, 
16. 

Pursue each other, to, 92, 9 — some- 
body, to, 92, 8. 

Push, to, 41, 25 — back, to, 45, 10. 

Put, to, 48, 7 — elsewhere, to, 107, 
24 — in, to, 116, 18 — in a bag, to, 
116, 20 — me in mind, 84, 17 — 
on, to, 116, 24 — on clothes, to, 
13, 2 — to death, to, 96, 25 — 
under, to, 139, 18 — up, to, 103, 
22 ; 172, 24. 

Putrid, 80, 3. 



Quarrel, 37, 2; 55, 16— to, 55, 15. 
Quench fire, to, 23, 26. 
Question each other, to, loi, 3. 
Quick, be, 131, 9— of hearing, to 

be, II, 4. 
Quickly, to die, 22, 22. 
Quickness, 17, 2. 
Quiet, to be, 55, 10. 
Quill, 84, 19. 
Quit, to, 16, 4; 119, 6 — each other, 

to, 95, 8. 
Quite, 78,15; 82, 14; 85, 15; 139, 

20 — different, 85, 15 — too, 50, 

II. 



Rabbit, 87, 18 ; 145, g. 
Raccoon, 88, 12 — a, 34, 26. 
Raft, 23, 5. 
Rafter, 54, 14 — on the roof of a 

house, 64, 13. 
Ragged, 117, 25. 
Rail, fence, 80, 22. 
Rain is over, the, 66, 14 — land, 16, 

13 — showers of, 113, 19 — warm, 

49. 15- 



Rains, it, 133, 17 — by showers, it, 
119, 16 — hard, it, 57, 16 — now 
and then, it, 113, 19; 119, 16. 

Rainy, 16, 13 — weather, 98, 18. 

Raise, to, 97, 15 — somebody up, to, 
20, 17 — the eye, to, 23, 20. 

Rakish, to be, 55, 9. 

Ramrod, 116, 21. 

Ransom, 96, 14. 

Rapidly, the water flows, 57, 20 — 
to come from somewhere, 149, 4. 

Rare, 92, 14. 

Rarely, 92, 14. 

Raspberry, 31, 17 ; 79, 13. 

Rat, 19, 9. 

Rather, 18, 8; 50, i. 

Rattlesnake, 162, 15. 

Raven, a, 160, 5. 

Raw, 23, 9, 14. 

Rays of the sun, 43, 22. 

Reach forth the hand, to, 64, 15. 

Read, to, 11, 5, 19; 137, i. 

Ready, 43, i ; 83, 7 — all is, 104, 15 
— laden, 43, 24 — packed, 43, 24 
—to be, 42, 23 ; 43, I, 12; 83, 4 
— to make, 43, 14. 

Real, 63, 12. 

Reap, to, 74, 8. 

Reason, for that, 51, 6 — for this, 91, 
2; 155, I— for what, 55, 19. 

Reasonable, 140, 16. 

Rebounding, the, 44, 24. 

Receive, to, 85, 18; 91, 13. 

Received, 91, 15. 

Receiving of honor and praise, the, 
67, 14. 

Reception, gi, 14; 154, 19. 

Reconciled to one another, to be, 
172, 13- 

Reconciliation, 76, 8. 

Red, 68, 21 — bank of a river, 68, 10 
— bird, 79, 10 — cedar, 79, 6 — 
hair, 78, 10 — headed wood- 
pecker, 80, 9 — looking, 68, 19 



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INDEX. 



— one, the, 78, 13 — root, 14, 3 
— squirrel, 59, 8; 162, li — the 
leaves grow, 68, 26 — thread, 68, 
23 — to dye, 71, 12 — yarn, 68, 

23- 
Redeem, to, 96, 15. 
Redeemer, my, 96, l6. 
Redemption, 96, 14. 
Refuse, to, 45, 10. 
Reign, to, 38, 26. 
Reject, to, 45, 10. 
Rejected, to be, 23, 2. 
Rejoice, to, 173, 12. 
Rejoicing, word of, 173, 14. 
Relate to somebody, to, 24, i. 
Relation, 31, 27 — by marriage, his, 

155. 7— my, 155, 8. 
Relatives, 60, 22. 
Release, 59, 14. 
Relieve somebody, to, 159, 7 — some 

one, to, 40, 17 ; 163, 5. 
Rely upon, to, 89, 16. 
Remain, to, 119, 9. 
Remember, to, 82, 3 — somebody, 

to, 73, 10. 
Remembered, the being, 73, 11. 
Remembrance, 73, 11 — to keep 

each other in, 73, 12. 
Remind each other, to, 84, 20. 
Rend in two, 29, 4. 
Rent, 117, 26 — in pieces, 115, 9. 
Repair, to, 61, i ; 106, 15. 
Repeat, to, 61, 3. 
Repeatedly, 165, i. 
Repel, to, 45, 10. 
Repentance, 130, 9. 
Repentant, to be, 16, 15. 
Replace, to, 61, i. 
Replant, to, 60, 25. 
Report, bad, 10, 15 — of somebody, 

good, 170, 15. 
Reproach some one, to, 72, 16. 
Reproduction, 43, 9. 
Reproof, 122, 3. 



Repulse, to, 45, 10. 

Request, 160, 26. 

Residence, 12, 8. 

Residents, old, 12, 13. 

Resolved, to have, 42, 17. 

Rest, 15, 17 — the, 137, 4 — to, 15, 
19; 64, 5; 65, 13— happy, to, 
15, 18 — well, to, 175, 12. 

Restore, to, 61, I. 

Restraint, 31, 20. 

Rests on something, 28, 9. 

Resurrection, 20, 19. 

Return, to, 22, 3 — something, to, 
46, 26. 

Revealed, to be, 86, 5. 

Revile somebody, to, 72, 16. 

Revolves, it, 147, 22. 

Reward, 30, i. 

Rhubarb, wild, 77, 2. 

Rib, 49, 7— a, 47, 17. 

Ribbon, 30, 20. 

Rich, 158, 22 — man, a, 14, 14 — per- 
son, no, II — to be, no, 10 — 10 
make, no, 12 — woman, 158, 24. 

Riches, no, 13 — to enjoy, 61, 11. 

Ride on horseback, to, 93, 26. 

Rifle, 106, 8; 141, n. 

Right, 71, 25; 96, 23; 125, 12; 
171, 17; 175, 7 — hand, at the, 
63, 10 — it is, 71, 26; 72, 2 — on 
the, 169, 18 — towards the, 169, 18 
— tasted, 94, 5 — to make it, 143, 
II — to the, 63, ID. 

Righteous, 125, 4. 

Righteousness, 125, 7. 

Ring, finger, 126, 12 — the bell, to, 
124, 6. 

Ripe, 40, 8; 140, 22; 160, 23, 27 — 
when it is, 160, 19. 

Ripen, to, 43, 5. 

Rise up, to, 105, 22. 

Rises, it, 109, 17 — the sun, 58, 22. 

River, 132, 14. — a straight course 
in a, 125, I — bank, on the, 178, 



INDEX. 



219 



7 — drifts ice, the, 75, l — drifts 
with ice, the, 82, 17 — fork of a, 
62, 9 — great, 54, 17 — high bank 
of a, 14, II — in the bend of the, 
32, 14 — large, 77, 14 — mouth of 
a, 124, 3 — on the other side of 
the, 37, 5 — or creek, crooked, 
120, 10 — red bank of a, 68, 10 — 
side, on the, 50, 18 — somebody 
calls from the other side of the, 
102, I — subsides, the, 132, 2 — 
up the, 90, 16 — which swells 
the water of a creek, a rising, 
112, 15. 

Road, 21, 3 — along the, 32, 11 — 
beaten, 56, 25 — crooked, 165, 9 
— fork of a, 62, 12 — goes down 
the hill, where, 155, 6 — goes up 
the hill, where, 154, 13 — higher, 
119, 19 — is crooked, the, 150, 19 
— one who leaves the, 105, 3 — 
straight, 125, 2 — to follow the 
straight, 125, 18 — to go a crooked, 
100, 14; 165, 12 — to go from the 
right, 105, I — to leave the, 105, 
3 — to run off the, 105, 3 — to turn 
out of the, 105, 2 — turns off, where 
the, 104, 18. 

Roads, cross, 75, li. 

Roar, to, 37, 15. 

Roast, to, 12, 21. 

Roasted corn, 12, 19; 35, 15. 

Roasting spit, 144, 21. 

Robber, 78, 21. 

Robin, 146, 3. 

Rock, III, 26 — big, 37, 10 — flat, 
128, 20 — in the cleft of a, 29, 12 
— somebody, to, 16, 25. 

Rocks, full of, 37, II. 

Rocky, 37, II, 

Roll, to, 169, 22 — along, to, 17, 9. 

Rolls, it, 147, 22. 

Room, corner of a, I21, I — little, 
158,17- 
5 



Root, 113, 13; 147,4; 157. 8— 

red, 14, 3. 
Rope, 19, 3; 129, 12 — canoe, 44, 

22. 
Rotten, 16, 12; 174, 7. 
Rotten wood, 161, 6. 
Rough speaking, 72, 15. 
Roughly, to speak, 13, 23 — to talk, 

75. 13- 
Round about, 164, 16, 24; 165, 3 

— about, to go, 164, 17 — all the 

world, 33, I— hill, a, 154, 2; 

175, 23. 
Row, straight, 125, 3 — to, 145, 10. 
Rub, to, 60, 12. 
Rubbed out, 146, 2. 
Rule, 38, 28; 64, 12 — to, 38, 26. 
Ruler, 38, 27. 
Rum, 16, 25. 
Run at the nose, to, 132, i — before 

somebody, to, 96, 7 — fast, to, 56, 

22 — off, to, 168, 17. 
Runs out, it, 147, 21 — up, it, 60, 

16. 
Rushes, 132, 6 — mat made of, 20, 

20. 
Rusty, 68, 13. 

Sack, 81, 21. 

Sacrifice, 157, li — to, 157, 13. 

Sad. to be, 123, 21 ; 130, 8. 

Saddle, 47, 19 — bag, 27, 12. 

Said, 66, 19 — to have said, he is, 

66, 18. 
Sail down the stream, to, 90, 3 — up 

the water, to, 90, 14. 
Saith, as he, 33, 22. 
Salt, 132, 4 — meat, 130, 19. 
Salted, 132, 5. 
Saltish, 130, 21. 
Salutation, 178, 13. 
Salute one another, to, 151, 4 — 

somebody, to, i52,|io— somebody 

with^a present, to, 89, 3. 



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INDEX. 



Saluted, the being, 152, 11. 

Sanctified, to be, 115, 15. 

Sand, 62, 18 — flies, full of, 119, II 

—fly, 119, 8. 
Sap of trees, 167, 22 ; 168, 25. 
Sarsaparilla, 17, 8 — great, 77, 21. 
Sassafras, 159, 8. 
Satisfaction, to give, 174, 14 — to 

have received, 140, 23. 
Satisfied, to be, 44, 4; 140, 17; 

23- 
Satisfy, to, 141, i — each other, to, 

30, I — somebody, to, 140, 24. 
Sausage, 116, 21, 
Save, to, i6g, 6 ; 172, 24. 
Saviour, no, 21 ; in, 27 ; 156, 9. 
Savory, 159, 22, 
Saw, 43, 15 — to, 43, 16 — broad and 

board, 105, 17. 
Say, to, 66, 20 — among themselves, 

to, 65, 7 — on, to, 18, 10, 18 — 

over, to, 61, 3 — to each other, to, 

65. 7- 

Saying, 66, 21 — his, 33, 32 — up- 
right, 125, 14. 

Scalp, a, 27, 19 — to, 74, 6. 

Scalped, 74, 7. 

Scar, 162, 19. 

Scarce, 92, 14. 

Scarcely, 13, 19. 

Scarcity, loi, 12 — of provision, 76, 
II. 

Scatter, to, 13, 13 ; 124, 22. 

Scattered, those who live, 86, I, 

School, to keep, 133, 12. 

Scissors, pair of, 135, 22. 

Scold, to, 70, 15 ; 75, 13 — each 
other, to, 75, 12. 

Scour grass, 60, 11 ; 132, 6. 

Scourge some one, to, 131, 17. 

Scourging, 131, 18. 

Scrape something, to, 60, 12. 

Scraped, 146, 2. 

Scruple, 144, 4— to, 144, 3. 



Scum ladle, 77, 23. 

Scythe, 43, 17 ; 74, 9 — a, 29, 8. 

Sea, 81, 20 — great, 54, 15 — on the 

other side of the great, 37, 4. 
Seafarers, in, 10. 
Search, to, 61, 12 — after, to, 176, 6. 
Searcheth, he that, 31, 23. 
Seashore, 126, 4. 
Seat, 47, 19. 

Sea-tortoise, large, 117, 4. 
Second, 98, 4 ; 137, 4 — crop, 73, 

17- 

Secret, 38, I — murderer, a, 53, 22. 

Secretly, 53, 19 — to go from some 
place, 54, 2 — to murder, 53, 20, 

See, 65, 14; 66, 9 — to, 93, 21 ; 
112, 22, 24 — at a glance or for a 
moment, to, 61, 8 — each other, 
to, 93, 8; 94, 20 — there, 127, 15, 
19, 24 — very well, to 174, 25. 

Seed, 166, 24. 

Seeds, pumpkin, 158, 21. 

Seek, to, 92, 2, 18 — for somebody, 
to, 92, 5 — to come, to, 114, 2 — 
to kill, to, 36, 13 ; 38, 5. 

Seeker, 31, 23. 

Seem to be far, to, 150,. 16. 

Seen, to be, 93, 6— well to be, 172, 

4- 
Seize somebody, to, 91, 6. 
Seldom, 92, 14. 
Self, 47, 5 ; 96, 24 — pride, 77, 19 — 

shame, 84, 3 — suspended, 24, il. 
Sell, to, 71, 14; 78, 18. 
Send somebody, to, 17, il ; 42, 3. 
Senses, out of one's, 167, 18 — to be 

out of one's, 167, 16. 
Sensitive, 19, 7. 
Sent, to be, 17, 12. 
Sentiment, 65, 6. 
Separate, to, 16, 8; 144, 15, 17. 
Separated from one another, 141, 

10. 
Separately, 147, 9, 12. 



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Separation, 62, 10, 

September, 54, 12. 

Sermon, 33, 15. 

Serpents, ye, 29, 20. 

Servant, 17, 13 — to keep a, 17, 14 

— wicked, 69, 14. 
Set, a price, to, 61, 20 — about 

wrongly, to, 107, 17 — at, to, 147, 

23 — off by water, to, 18, 12 — 

on, to, 147, 23 — something up, to, 

21,20— up, to, 97, 15. 
Setting pole, 37, 7. 
Settled, 42, 6. 

Seven, 97, 23 — hundred, 97, 24. 
Seventy, 97, 25. 
Sew to, 39, 9. 

Shad, 127, 7 — month, 77, 25. 
Shake, of the head, 138, 23, 24 — to, 

91, 5 — hands, to, 123, 5 — off, to, 

137. 16. 
Shallow, 36, 22 — water, 139, 4. 
Shame, 84, 7 — for, 31, 13. 
Shameful, 84, 6. 
Share with each other, to, 10, 3. 
Sharp, 53, 2, 5 — tasted, 59, 18. 
Sharpen, to, 53, 3 ; 59, 4. 
Sharpener, a, 53, 4. 
Shave, to, 87, 17. 
Shavings, 128, 14; 168, 14. 
Shawano woman, 127, 10. 
She, 93, 9, 10 — bear, loi, 24. 
Sheaves, to bind up into, 21, 17. 
Sheep, 79, 24; 80, 14 — skin, 80, 15. 
Shell corn, to, no, 14. 
Shepherd, 102, 5, 6. 
Shepherds, 99, 12. 
Shilling, 45, 17. 
Shin, 48, II. 
Shin-bone, his, 48, II. 
Shine unto some one, to, 114, 9. 
Shines brightly, it, 122, 23. 
Shineth from thence, it, 154, 17. 
Shining, 42, 9 — hither, 114, 8. 
Ships, great, 55, 2, 



Shiver hickory, 141, 3 — to, 101, 21, 

22. 
Shoe, 71, 6 — a new, 177, 21 — 

somebody, to, 72, 4 — string, 21, 

14. 
Shoes, bad, 69, 13 — European, 130, 

22 — Indian, 63, 8. 
Shoot, to, 106, 7 — amiss, to, 107, 

19 — at, to, 15, 22 — at a mark, to, 

12, 24 — forth, to, 22, IX; 123, 

II. 
Shore, along, 50, 18. 
Short, 138, 6; 141, 21. 
Shorts, 66, 5. 
Shot bag, 18, 21. 
Shout, to, 106, 12. 
Show, to, 17, 18 — somebody, to, 

66, I — somebody favor, to, 140, 

I — to somebody, to, 176, 8 — unto, 

to, 113, 8. 
Showers, it rains by, 119, 16 — of 

rain, 113, 19 — of snow and rain 

in the spring, 132, 19. 
Shrunken, 117, 5. 
Shut close, to, 45, 8 — frozen, 56, 

13 — the door, 56, 8 — the eyes, to, 

133, 25 — the mouth, to, 124, 10, 

—up, 56, 7. 
Sick, 69, 17, 18 — to be, 69, 17; 

108, 10; 159, II — in a poor 

condition, to lie, 58, 15. 
Sickle, 43, 17. 
Sickly, to be, 108, 9 — to be very, 

108, 23. 
Sickness, 108, 12; 159, 10 — to be a 

common, 159, 9 — to suffer in, 14, 

5- 

Side, 34, 21 ; 49, 10 — of the great 
sea, on the other, 37, 4 — of the 
river, on the other, 37, 5 — on one, 
51, 2 — on this, 178, II — this, 
51. 6. 

Sides, on both, 156, 10. 

Sieve, no, 16— to, no, 15. 



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Sight, 93, 22; 177, 15— good, 173, 

5 — to have good, 173, 4. 
Sign, a, 52, 19, 21. 
Silent, 146, 22 — he is, 146, 23 — to 

be, 146, 21. 
Silk worm, 99, 18. 
Simple, 71, 25. 
Sin, 70, 8; 87, 19— to, 70, 7; 107, 

12; 144, I. 
Sinew, 48, 4; 169, 26 — of the leg, 

the main, 93, 23. 
Sinful, 70, 9 — behavior, 75, 4 — 

deed, 69, 15. 
Sing, to, 88, 15 — in company with, 

to, 163, 7. 
Single, 93, 12; 95, 16; 140, 8 — 

man, a, 53, 6 — one, a, 95, 15 — 

thing, 140, 8 — thread, 46, 19 — 

woman, a, 53, 16. 
Singly, 95, 16. 

Sinless, to think one's self, 57, 3. 
Sinner, 71, i ; 80, 7. 
Sister, elder, 85, 16 — her, 163, 19 

in-law, 98, I in-law, my, 

97, 7 — younger brother or, 27, 

16. 
Sit, to, 175, 22— down, to, 63,6; 

81, 26 — still, to, 28, II ; 55, 10. 
Sits here, he who, 63, 5. 
Situated, to be so, 65, 4. 
Six, 46, 22 — hundred, 46, 23. 
Sixty, 46, 24. 
Skilful, 168, 4. 
Skim milk, 81, 19. 
Skimmed, 74, 15 ; 81, 16. 
Skin, 27, 15 — an animal, to, 26, 14 

—thick, 28, 18. 
Skunk, a, 130, II. 
Sky, III, 25. 
Slackens, it, 62, 8. 
Slanting, 60, 15; 116, 5, 6 — to 

make, 116, 7. 
Slave, to be a miserable, 41, 7. 
Sled, 138, 25; 145, 2. 



Sleep, to, 38, 9 — on, place to, 12, 9 
— to lie down to, 38, lO — with, 
to, 163, 22 — with one another, to, 
161, 5. 

Sleeper, 41, il. 

Sleepy, 38, 8 — to be, 36, 14. 

Sleet, to, 10, 24. 

Slides, it, 125, 20. 

Slip, to, 82, 5; 168, 12 — in, to make, 
116, 24. 

Slipped off, 143, 19. 

Slippery, 168, il. 

Shps, it, 125, 20. 

Slowly, 141, 18, 19. 

Small, 138, 6, 10 — loaf, 12, 18 — 
things, in, 154, 23. 

Smallpox, 29, 17 — to have the, 29, 
16. 

Smell, it has a good, pleasant, 160, 
10 — to, 80, 4. 

Smith, 134, 8. 

Smokes, it, 121, 4. 

Smoking, a pipe for, 49, 9. 

Smooth, 168, 10, II — to cut, 60, 14. 

Snake, II, II; 122,14 — black, 134, 
5— copper, 68, 7 ; 79. 15— green, 
23, 10 — horned, 127, 6 — red- 
bellied, 68, 17 — striped, 72, 18 — 
water, 76, 16. 

Snakeroot, black, 26 11. 

Snipe, 117, 14 ; 131, I. 

Snow, 45, 14 — deep, 77, 5 — month, 
160, 18. 

Snows, it, 159, 18 — very thick, it, 
58,1. 

Snuffers, candle, 139, 22. 

So, 32, 18; 33, 5, II ; 64, 17; 89, 
24; 91, 2; 169, 20 — as, 32, 18; 
33, 10; 64, 8, 9, 17— as I, 92, 
15 — far, 114, 21; 88, I — far as, 
131, 20 — far as here, 51, 6 — it is, 
89, 24 — long 131, II, 20 — long 
as, 94, 13 — much, 88, I — much 
so, 169, 15— often, 32, 18; 135, 



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3 — to be, 65, 4; 169, 21 — to do, 
65, 4; 169, 21 — very 32, 18. 

Soaked, 137, 3. 

Soft, 106, i; 137, 3; 141, 18; 169, 
2, 5.7- 

Softness, 169, 4. 

Sole of the foot, 148, i. 

Some, 16, II; 135, 3 — one else, 
"5, 17- 

Somebody, 24, 14 — calls from the 
other side of the river, 102, i — 
good report of, 170, 15 — I tell, 
92, 16 — to, 104, 2 — to accuse, 
69, 9 — to admonish, 41, 21 — to, 
answer, 88, 17 — to appoint to an 
office, 122, 15 — to arrest, 136, 17 ; 
142, 3 — to be or abide in, 12, 12 
— to be brought to, 114, 14 — to 
be concerned for, 59, 9 — to be 
glad to see, 106, 9 — to be in 
fellowship with, 163, 12 — to be 
jealous of, 74, 1 6 — to be near, no, 
24 — to beat, 105, 8; 118, 21 — 
to betray, 40, 14; 58, 18 — to 
blame, 73, 19— to bless, 172, 9 — 
to bring away, 18, 16 — to bring 
home, 75, 3 — to call hither, 177, 
13 — to carry, 90, 6— to clothe, 
II, 16; 116, 17 — to come before, 
96, 7 — to come to, 100, 10 — 
to come up with, 75, 10 — to 
consider about, 113, 2 — to con- 
quer, 118, 21 — to consider, to 
be, 153, 8 — to cover, 82, 23 — 
to deceive, 11, 7 — to design evil 
against, 83, 14 — to despise, 75, 
14 — to destroy, 154, 9 — to direct 
the wrong away, 69, 16 — to 
distribute to, 10, 4 — to do, a 
pleasure, 160, 8 — to do so to, 64, 
7 — to draw near to, 82, 6 — to 
dress, 111,4 — to drive away, 107, 
26 — to enlighten, 89, 10 — to en- 
treat, 78, 22 — to esteem, 67, 12 — 



to fetch, 176, 5— to fetch, over in 
a canoe, 91, 17 — to find out, 94, 6 
— to follow, 169, 13 — to force, 

13, 21 — to forgive, 86, 9; 106, 
24 — to forsake, loi, 6 — to give 
fight to, 114, 9— to give to, 85, 3 
— to go in a canoe with, 156, 20 
— to go to meet, 117, 13 — to hate, 
128,21 — to have, 103, 20; 170, 11 
— to hear, 112, 17 — to hearken 
fo — 177, 4 — to help, 40, 17 — to 
help through, 34, 23 — to hit, 43, 
2 — to hold fast, 146, 8 — to hum- 
ble one's self before, 40, 21 — to 
insult, 72, 16 — to judge, 42, 4 — 
to keep, 173, 21 — to keep or pre- 
serve unto, 135, 16 — to kill, 96, 
13 — to kneel to, 98, 8— to knock 
on the head, 118, 2 — to know, 
100, 12; 104, 5 — to let in, 75, 
19 — to let, have the preference, 
49, 18 — to look, 113, I — to love, 

14, 16 — to make an offering to, 
157, 10 — to make, naked, 133, 
24 — to maltreat, 44, 15 — to mock, 
12, 16; 90, 22 — to mock at, 153, 
19 — to mock or laugh at, 10, 23 
— to perceive, loi, 10 — to per- 
suade, 13, 21 — to praise, 67, 12, 
13 — to pray for, no, 2 — to 
pray to, 109, 22— to pull out 
of the water, 35, 20 — to pursue, 
92, 8 — to put clothes on, 116, 
23 — to raise up, 20, 17 — to 
relate to, 24, i — to refieve, 159, 
7 — to remember, 73, 10 — to 
revile, 72, 16 — to rock, 16, 25 — 
to run before, 96, 7 — to salute, 
152, 10 — to salute, with a present, 
89, 3 — to satisfy, 140, 24 — to 
seek for, 92, 5 — to seize, 91, 6 — 
to send, 17, 11 ; 42, 3 — to shoe, 
72, 4 — to show, 66, I — to show, 
favor, 140, I — to show to, 176, 



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INDEX. 



8 — to speak with, 41, 18 — to 
speak evil of, 80, 5 — to speak 
evil to, 80, 6— to spit upon, 124, 
23 — to sprinkle, 82, 7 — to stone, 
138, 21 — to strengthen, 146, 19 — 
to strike, 96, 12 — to take, 91, 12 
— to take care of, 39, 12; 113, 2 
— to take, in care, 170, 16 — to 
take, out of the water, 121, 6 — to 
treat, badly ,74, 1 2 — to treat gener- 
ously, 158, 23 — to treat, ill, 59, 17 
— to touch, 85, 17 — to use ill, 56, 
23; 70, 6 — to use well, 173, I — 
to visit, 55, 4 — to wait for, iii, 11 
— to waken, 142, 19 — to watch, 
102, 4 — to whip, 131, 17 — to 
write to, 114, 13. 

Something, 55, 19 ; 140, 8 — else, 
115, 17 — to be able to make, 98, 
27 — to be concerned for, 59, 10 — 
to catch, with a net, 13, 7 — to 
come or go for, 148, 23 — to do 
just so, 143, 1 1 — to lay hands to, 
64, 14 — to look for, 92, 3 — to 
look steadfastly at, 100, 4 — to 
make, 43, 7 — to return, 46, 26 
— to scrape, 60, 12 — to set up, 
21, 20 — to spoil, 75, 7; 108, 3 — 
to steal, out of a field, 56, 3 — 
without doubt, 155, 20. 

Sometimes, 137, 15 ; 138, 22. 

Somewhere, else, 108, 4, 5 — from, 
137. 7— perhaps, 137, 5— un- 
willingly, to be, 128, 19. 

Son, 122, 13. 

Son-in-law, 92, 4 — his, 176, 7. 

Sons, my, 100, 16. 

Soon, 35, 19; 83, 12; no, 17, 18 
— as, as, 58, 20. 

Soot, 161, 4. 

Sore, 159, 13. 

Sorrow, 123, 23; 153, 16 — or 
trouble, 149, li — to feel, 130, 4; 
149, 8. 



Sorrowful life, 149, 9 — look, 149, 
12 — pair, 130, 6— to feel, 149, 7. 

Sorry, to be, 130, 8. 

Sort of stinging fly, 72, 21. 

Soul, 83, 15. 

Sound, to, 42, I. 

Sounds, it, 64, i. 

Soup, 123, 6. 

Sour, 130, 21. 

South side of a hill, 145, 14. 

Southeast, 36, i — towards the, 36, 2. 

Southerly, 127, 8. 

Southward, 127, 8,9. 

Sow, to, 124, 22. 

Span, a, 151, 3. 

Spanish oak, 19, II. 

Spar, 54, 14. 

Spare, enough and to, 156, 15, 16. 

Sparkling, 122, 22. 

Speak, to, 22, 20 — a parable, to, 
31, I; 34, 13 — bad to one an- 
other, to 75, 12 — brokenly, to, 19, 
15 — civil J.0, 141, 1 6 — evil of some- 
body, to, 80, 5 — evil, to some- 
body, to, 80, 6 — fast, to, 16, 7 ; 59, 
19 — favorably, to, 172, 15 — good 
to each other to, 172, 13 — ill of 
some one to, 69, 9 — kind, to, 
141, 16 — loud, to, 19, 14; 68,8 
— of, to, 176, 12 — otherwise than 
the truth, to, 107, 14 — plainly, 
to, 174, 5 — roughly, to, 13, 23 — 
the exact truth, to, 125, 15, 16 — 
the Indian language, to, 48, 9 — 
thereof, to, 148, 19 — the truth, to, 
58, 19 — uncivil, to, 75, 13 — un- 
civilly, to, 70, I — with each 
other, to, 22, 19 — with somebody, 
to, 41, 18. 

Speaking, to blunder in, 117, 16 — 
to break off in, 15, 16; 82, 25 — 
to have finished, in, 16. 

Speaks a good word for us, 172, 12 
— truly, he, 171, 12. 



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Spear, 137, 19, 20 — a fishing, 100, 9. 
Speckled, 124, 17, 19. 
Spend in drinking, to, 81, 10. 
Spent, day is, 15, 21 — it is all, 154, 

10, 
Spider, 83, 18. 
Spike buck, 20, 15. 
Spill, to, 133, 14. 
Spin, to, 26, 5. 
Spins up, it, 60, 16. 
Spiral, 141, II. 

Spirit, 83, 15; 145, 18; 170, 2. 
Spiritual, 170, 3 — power, 74, 11. 
Spirituous, 10, i, 2; 14, 10. 
Spit, roasting, 144, 21 — upon some- 
body, to, 124, 23. 
Spittle, 131, 19 ; 134, 14. 
Spleen, 152, 7. 
Split, 104, 10; 137, 8; 144, 18— off, 

141, 10 — to, 105, 7 — wood, to, 

104, II. 
Splitting iron, 104, 12. 
Spoil, to, 108, 22 — something, to, 

75. 7 ; 108, 3. 
Spoiled, 70, 18. 
Spoken of, to be ill, 69, 10 — well of, 

to be, 170, 13. 
Spoon, 29, 21 — little, 137, 23 — 

pewter, 13, 15. 
Sport, II, I — to make, 44, 7 — of 

some one, to make, 153, 19. 
Spotted, 124, 17, 19. 
Spread out, 128, 9; 129, 18, 20 — 

to, 128, 8; 129, 19. 
Spring, 30, 24; 142, 4 — hunt, 132, 

18 — of the year, 132, 17 — this, 

32, 10 — up, to, 123, II. 
Sprinkle somebody, to, 82, 7. 
Sprouts, it, 177, 6— out, 132, 13. 
Spruce, 128, 17— forest, 128, 18. 
Sprung from, 14, 12. 
Square, 47, 23. 
Squat down, to, 175, 21. 
Squeeze, to, 132, 7, 8. 



Squint-eyed, 116, 3. 

Squirrel, a, 120, 3— a ground, 21, 8 ; 

47, i6--flying, 26, 10 — red, 59, 

8; 116, 9; 162, II. 
Stabbed, 140, 10. 
.Stable cow, 87, 5. 
Stallion, 154, I. 
Stammerer, 94, 4. 
Stand, to, 97, 18 — all around, to, 

164, 15 — between, to, 35, 9 — firm 

in mind, to, 146, 20 — foremost, 

to, 96, 5 — in a circle, to, 165, 2 

—up, 97, 18. 
Star, 16, 24. 
Stay out from home so long, to, 123, 

12 — out long, to, 45, 21. 
Staying, to be weary of, 130, 3. 
Steadiness, 28, 12. 
Steal, to, 56, I — away privately, to, 

54, 3 — something out of a field, 

to, 56, 3- 

Steel, 74, 3 — trap, 13, 16; 28, 10. 

Steelyards, 120, 20. 

Steep, 14, II — bank, 108, 16. 

Step, between, to, 35, 9. 

Stick, to, 137, 18. 

Sticky, it is, 28, 19. 

Stiff, 136, 14; 145, 12. 

Still, 16, 14:50,2,4,11; 121,3; 
146, 24 — further, 50, 7— more, 
50, 7 ; 146, 24 — or standing water, 
28, 14 — to be, 55, 13 — to sit, 28, 
II ; 55. 10 — water, 55, 14. 

Stirred, 116, 11. 

Stirring ladle, 35, 13 ; 116, 13. 

Stirs, it, 58, 25. 

Stitch, to, 39, 9. 

Stocking, 36, 21. 

Stolen, 28, 17; 56, 2. 

Stomach, 150, 4. 

Stone, 13, 14— a, 38, 17— a large, 
28, I — to, 138, 20 — to, somebody, 
138, 21. 

Stony, 13, 18; 35, 5. 



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INDEX. 



Stool, 62, 17. 

Stop, to, 12, 14; 65, 24 — fighting, 
to, 16, 2 — working, to, 16, 3 ; 22, 

5- 
Stopped, 56, 12. 
Stopper, 56, 9. 
Stops, it, 88, 14. 
Stormy, 16, 13 — weather, 69, 23. 
Story, to tell a straight, 125, 15. 
Stove, a, 55, 12 — pipe, 30, 25. 
Straight, 71, 25; 125, 12 — course 

in a river, a, 125, i — road, 125, 

13 — to go, 125, 18 — to make, 

125, II. 
Straightened out, 143, 19. 
Straightway, 119, 20. 
Strainer, 131, 23. 
Strange, 145, 19, 20; 147, 9 — he 

looks, 147, II — he seems, 145, 

22 — it looks, 145, 21 ; 147, 5. 
Strangely, to act, 13, 24 — to talk, 

13, 23. 
Strangeness, 145, 17. 
Stranger, 144, 13. 
Straw, 82, 15. 
Strawberries, i6g, 14. 
Stream, down, 90, i — of a reddish 

color, 68, 15 — to go down, 90, 5 

— to go up, 90, 17 — to sail down 

the, 90, 3 — up the, 90, 15 — 

without falls, a, 170, 8. 
Strength, 17, 23; 146, 17 — he who 

is, 146, 18. 
Strengthen, to, 146, 16 — somebody, 

146, 19. 
Stretched, 129, 18, 21. 
Strike, to, 119, 14 — each other 

dead, to, 97, 6 — somebody, to, 

96, 12 — some one, to, 105, 8. 
Striking, 113, 11. 
String, 19, 3 — leather, 71, 2; 83, 

I; 129, 12 — of Wampum, 127, 

18. 
Strip one's self, to, 133, 23. 



Striped, 125, 9. 

Strong, 10, I, 2; 14, 10 ; 15, 2; 

17, 16, 22; 18, I; 146, 7, 10, 

II — current, 57, 20 — to be, 146, 

14 — to make, 146, 12. 
Strongest, the, 34, 4. 
Strowd, a, 14, 15. 
Struck dead, to be, 97, 5. 
Stubbornness, 20, I. 
Stumble, to, 109, 16. 
Stump, 143, iS. 
Stutterer, 94, 4. 
Subdue, to, 18, 5 ; 109, 19. 
Subjects, 96, 9. 
Subsides, the river, 132, 2. 
Suck, those who give, 99, 15 — to 

give, 100, 2. 
Sucking babes, 100, I. 
Suffer, to, 19, 2; 63, 3; 73, I — 

hunger, to, 161, 19 — in sickness, 

to, 14, 5 — pain, to, 24, 20. 
Sufferer, innocent, 102, 17. 
Suffering, 25, i ; 73, 2. 
Sufficiency, 140, 18; 156, 19. 
Sugar, maple, 13, 17. 
Suits, it, 71, 26. 
Sulphur, 162, 12. 
Sultry weather, 99, 16. 
Sumach, 27, 3; 44, 12. 
Summer, 54, 11 ; 57, 17; 97, 19 — 

beginning of, 139, 12 — duck, 41, 

19 — hunt, 97, 20 — last, 35, 7 — 

this, 32, 10. 
Sun, 43, 21 — or moon, halo of, 157, 

21 — rays of the, 43, 22 — rises, 

the, 58, 22. 
Sunbeams, 43, 22. 
Sunday, 39, 24, 26 — after, 15, 20. 
Sunfish, 68, 14. 
Sunset, 168, 19. 
Sunshine, clear, 151, 19 — white, 

166, I. 
Supper, 148, 9. 
Supple, 169, 7. 



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Supplication, i6o, 25 — for each 

other, no, 3. 
Supremely good, the, 34, 3, 5. 
Sure, 146, 13 — to be, 26, 7, 8 ; 24, 

19 — of, to be, 100, 15 — of a thing, 

to be, 125, 10, 
Surely, 125, 17. 
Surface, on the, 167, 2. 
Surly, 80, 10, 
Surprise, exclamation of, 31,9, 12 ; 

48, 22; 121, 8 — exclamation of 

indignant, 31, 16 — to, 78, 6. 
Surprised, to be, 37, 14. 
Surprising, it is, 37, 18. 
Surrender, to, 79, 21. 
Surrounded, I am, 164, 14. 
Suspicion, 81, 4. 
Swallow, to, 46, 13. 
Swamp, 74, 20; 81, I — fern, 103, 

10 — huckleberry, 74, 22 — oak, 

109, 13 — muddy creek in a, 74, 

21 — pine, 81, 2. 
Swan, a, 81, 13. 
Sweat by a bath, 28, 15 — house, 

115, 8 ; 116, 10 — to, 115,7 ; 121, 

5- 
Sweep, to, 145, 4. 
Sweet, 159, 22 — flag, 113, 12. 
Swell, to, 69, 4. 
Swelled, 69, 6 — to be, 69, 5. 
Swiftly, it moves, 59, 20 — to go, 

57. H- 
Swim, I, 23, 4 — to, 23, 4 — hither, to, 

114, 7 — over to, 44, 20. 
Swollen, to become, 118, 6. 
Sycamore, the, 20, 1 1 . 



Table, 121, 14 — a, 30, 26. 

Take, it, 15, 13 — it, here, 67, 10 — 
to, 91, 13 — along, to, 39, 10 — 
care, to, 20, 22 — care of, to, 39, 
14; 59, II — care of somebody, 
to, 39, 12 — care of some one, to, 
T 



173, 21 — down, to, 64, 4 — from, 
to, 148, 22 — hold, to, 39, 8 — ill, 
to, 75, 6 — no notice of, to, 175, 
20 — off", to, 46, 25; 64, 4; 68, 
20; 119, 26 — or consider some- 
body to be, to, 173, 7 — out of the 
water, to, 45, 9 — somebody in 
care, to, 170, 16 — some one 
prisoner, to, 136, 17 — some one 
to be, to, 153, 8— together, to, 21 , 
16. 

Taken, the being, 128, 22. 

Tale, an amusing, 55, 7. 

Talk, nasty, 98, 26 — nasty, to, 98, 
25 — one who likes to, 156, i — 
roughly, to, 70, i ; 75, 13 — 
strangely, to, 13, 23 — to some 
one, to, 41, 18 — vile, 72, 15. 

Tall, 45, 24 ; 46, 2— as, as, 33, 2 — 
to be, 46, I. 

Tallow, 118, 14. 

Tame beast, 152, 21 — creature, 29, 
6. 

Tapering, 106, i. 

Tarry, to, 152, 9. 

Taste, 84, 18 — it has a fine, 175, 
2 — of a disagreeable, 71, 7 — to, 
46, 20; 82, 2. 

Tasted, good, 159, 22 — ill, 71, 7 — 
sharp, 59, 18. 

Tax, 76, 3. 

Teach, to, 10, 8, 9; 17, 17. 

Teacher, a, 10, 11. 

Teaching, 10, 10. 

Tear, to, 29, 4; 65, 24 — in pieces, 
to, 66, 4. 

Tears, 134, 17. 

Teeth, to have good sharp, 41, 23. 

Tell, go and, 75, 25— a straight 
story, to, 125, 15 — lies, to, 36, 
17 — somebody, I, 92, 16. 

Temple, no, 7. 

Temptation, 12, 26. 

Tempted, to be, 12, 25. 



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Ten, 83,3; 140,4- 

Tender, 169, 2, 7. 

Tenderness, 40, 18. 

Tent, a, 48, 10. 

Terrified, to be, 124, 4. 

Testament, 36, 16; 10 1, 4. 

Testify to, 113, 8; 155, 20. 

Testimony, 113,9; ^55> 21. 

Than, 32, 18. 

Thank, 39, 16 — to, 39, 15. 

Thank'e, 21, 10. 

Thankful, 39, 17. 

Thanks, 21, 10. 

That, 88, I ; 90, 13, 20; 91, 2, 3 — 

1, 92, 17 — is all, 90, 13 — is the 
way of it, 91, 2 — one, 90, 13, 20 
— or the other, 64, 17 — way, 91, 
2. 

Thaws, it, 64, 20. 

The, 88, I ; 92, 20. 

Themselves, to say among, 65, 7. 

Then, 23, 3 ; 33, 5 ; i35, 2 ; 138, n. 

Thence, 50, 5. 

There, 50, 5 ; 51, 17, 19; 137, 14; 
174, I — from, 50, 5 — he who is, 
34, 17 — it is, 48, 6; 67, 10 — 
over, 50, 5 — to be, 12, 7. 

Thereabouts, 12, i ; 45, 7. 

Thereafter, 169, 23. 

Therefore, 51,6; 91, 2; 94, 24; 

149, 3; 155, i; 177, "• 

Therein, 16, 19, 22, 23. 
Thereon, 169, 23. 
Thereupon, 89, 9 ; 169, 23. 
These, 51, 12, 16, 18; 93, 18; 97, 

2, 3. 4- 

They, 93, 11 — also, 52, 16. 

Thick, 28, 18; 56, 4, 5 — 136, 14 

— bellied, 77, 4 — board, 28, 18 — 

skin, 28, 18. 
Thicket, a, 9, 11 ; 161, 8. 
Thief, a, 52, 18. 
Thigh, 118,5 — joint, 66,2 — middle 

of the, 61, 13. 



Thin, 152, 4, 5; 166, 16 ; 168, 13. 

Things, in small, 154, 23. 

Think, I, 100, 20 — to, 65, 5 ; 113, 
3; 153, 12; 169, 24 — a thing 
long, to, 46, 7— difficult to, 11, 
25 — disagreeable, to, 145, 16 — 
easy, to, 22, 25 — it a long time, 
to, 46, 7 — little of one's self, to, 
137, 24; 138, 7 — one's self near, 
to, no, 23 — so, to, 65, 5 — so far, 
to, 115, I — that one is holy or 
sinless, to, 57, 3. 

Thinks, as he, 33, 14. 

Third, 88, 10; 92, 23 — time, the, 
92, 22. 

Thirst, to, 38, 7 — to be dry for, 36, 
8. 

Thirsty, to be, 38, 7. 

Thirty, 88, 9. 

This, 91, 3; 167, II; 178, 10 — 
day past, 41, 17 — one, 51, 19; 
91, 2 ; 167, II ; 178, 10. 

Thither, 50, 6; 64, 2 — yonder to, 
89, 12. 

Thitherward, 91, 2. 

Thorn bush, 68, 25— the white, 68, 
24. 

Those, 97, 2, 3 — that had been with 
him, 157, 9 — who live scattered, 
86, I — who weep, 63, 23. 

Thou, 52, 17 — also, 52, 13 — hand ! 
175, 24— too, 52, 13. 

Though, 50, II. 

Thought, 65, 6. 

Thousand, 54, 18 — one, 140, 5. 

Thread, 116, 4 — black, 134, 13 — 
red, 68, 23 — single, 46, 19 — 
white, 166, 6. 

Three, 88, 2, 11 — different sorts, 
88, 6— fathoms, 88, 4— fold, 88, 
5 ; hundred, 88, 3 — nights, 88, 
23 — times, 88, 8. 

Threshold, 35, 2. 

Thrice, 88, 8. 



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Thrives well, it, 174, 13. 

Throat, 46, 3. 

Through, 34, 22 — here, 51, 19 — 
there, 91, 2 — to drive, 34, 24 — 
to go, 34, 24 — to help or carry 
somebody, 34, 23. 

Throw, to, 18, 13 — away, to, 107, 
2 — down, to, 65, 22 — water, to, 
98, 23. 

Thrust, to, 137, 18. 

Thumb, 54, 22; 55, I. 

Thunder gust, a, 114, 16. 

Thunders, it, in, i. 

Thus, 169, 20. 

Thy, 85, 16. 

Thyself, 52, 3. 

Tide-ebb, 48, 13. 

Tiding, glad, 173, 14 — good, 172, 
14. 

Tie around, to, 157, 4 — something, 
to, 124, 9 — well, to, 171, 22. 

Tied, 42, 14 — about the head, 39, 
6 — fast, 146, 5 — in the mouth, 
44, 14 — round, 157, 3 — together, 
135, 23. 

Tight, 120, I. 

Till, 131, 1 1 — here, 88, i — now, 51, 
13; 178, 8. 

Timber, 54, 14 — long, 13, 10. 

Time, a long, 20, 4 — about that, 64, 
8 — about the present, 51, 13 — 
about this 112, 8; 135, 5 — 
at any, 48, i — at no, 24, 4 — at 
the same, 164, 5 — at this, 33, 7 ; 
51, 13 — at what, 135,4 — at which, 
30, 23 — bad, 69, 24 — in a little, 
no, 17 — in former, 164, 13 — is 
at hand, the, 143, 12, 14 — is near, 
no, 25 — it is a good, 174, 17 — it 
is a troublesome, 14, 8 — the last, 
73, 13, 14 — the third, 92, 22— to 
miss the, 107, 22 — to think it a 
long, 46, 7 — to this, 50, 2 — trou- 
blesome, 70, 22 ; 14, 8. 



Times, 139, 19 — a few, 52, 7 — at 
3^11. 9. 3 ; 50, 1 7 — in olden, 65, 1 7. 

Tinder, 105, 15 ; 120, 4. 

Tipple with one another, to, 80, 23. 

Tips of the fingers, 167, 12. 

Tired, 126, 20; 128, 2 — to be, 126, 
14; 161, 23 — of, to be, 129, 4. 

To, 64, 2. 

Tobacco, 56, 24 — pouch, 116, 14, 
16; 128, 3 — strong, 56, 24 — twist, 
163, I. 

To-day, 33, 6; 51, 13; 178,8 — once, 
32, 10 — sometime, 32, 10; 155, 10. 

Toe, 173, 19; the great, 122, 19. 

Toes, fork of the, 60, 9 — tops of the, 
167, 14. 

Together, 136, 6 — again, to come 
or to be, 61, 4 — it does not join, 
144, 14 — ^joined, 138, 19 — to be, 
163, 16 — to bring, 76, 6— to take, 
21, 16 — with, 88, 7; 89, 6. 

Toil, to, II, 23. 

Token, 52, 21. 

To-morrow, 16, S; 151, 11 ; 165, 

23. 25. 
Tongue, 158, 20. 
Too, big, 168, 7 — much, 168, 8, 9 — 

thou, 52, 13 — you, 52, 15. 
Tooth, 161, 7 — holes, 121, 18. 
Toothless, 80, 19; 87, I. 
Top, at the 167, 4 — of anything, 

the, 167, 13 — of the hill, 166, 28 

— of the house, on the, 167, i — 

or the, 167, 2, 3. 
Tops of the toes, 167, 14. 
Torch, 94, 2 — to go with a, 94, 3. 
Torment, 73, 2. 

Tormented to death, to be, 9, 9. 
Torn, 115,9; 117.26; 143, 19 — 

violently, 143, 19. 
Touch somebody, to, 85, 17. 
Tough tree, 169, i. 
Toward, 41, 14; 65, 12 — here, 89, 

12 — where, 91, 2. 



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Towards, the right hand, 169, 18 — 
the southeast, 36, 2 — where, 135, i 

Town, 149, 13 — dilapidated, 78, i. 

Towns round about, the, 112, il. 

Trader, 80, 18. 

Trail of an animal, the, 130, 18. 

Traitor, 40, 16. 

Transgress, to, 144, i. 

Transgression, 107, 15 ; 108, 2. 

Trap, 55, 6 — steel, 13, 16 ; 28, 10. 

Travel about, to, 86, 3 — alone, to, 
92, 25 — at night, to, 97, 17 — 
badly, to, 75, 21 — with, to, 163, 
21 — with pleasure, to, 160, 13. 

Traveler, frequent, 80, 20 ; 86, 2. 

Traveling, difficult, 14, 24 — to have 
bad, II, 22. 

Tread under foot, to, 29, 7 — upon, 
to, 21, 22. 

Treasure only, to lay up one, 95, 
12. 

Treat, to, 61, 9 — friendly, to, 173, 2 
— somebody badly, to, 74, 12 — 
somebody generously, to, 158, 
23 — somebody ill, to, 59, 17 — 
some one badly, to, 70, 6. 

Treatment, kind, 170, 4. 

Treaty of peace, 173, 3. 

Tree, 48, 18; 79, 5— a hollow, 150, 
26 — bark of a, 49, I — barren, 79, 
3 — birch, 157, 7 — butt end of a, 
158, 10 — gum, 135, 20 — heart of 
a, 159, 6— leaves of a, 28, 16 — 
linden, 63, 15; 136, 19 — little, 
48, 16 — old, 77, 24; 122, I — 
pine, 28, 19 — red beech, 126, 18 
— the elm, ii, 3 — to notch a, 
162, 20 — to peel oft' the rind of 
a, 26, 16 — tough, 169, I — with a 
fork, a, 62, II — yellow wood, 
162, 10. 

Trees, moss on, 84, 10 — sap of, 
167, 22 ; 168, 25 — the inner bark 
of, 157, 18. 



Tremble, to, 91, 5 ; loi, 22. 

Trembling, loi, 23. 

Trench, 150, 23. 

Trespass, 144, 2. 

Tribute, 76, 3. 

Trifle, 154, 22. 

Trifles, in, 154, 23. 

Trouble, 122, 8; 123, 20, 23; 149, 

II — to, 131, 14. 
Troubled, to be, 85, 10 — to be, in 

mind, 11, 20; 59, 10; 75, 18; 

123, 22; 149, II — to feel, 123, 

18, 19. 
Troublesome, 11, 24; 56, 21 — 

it is a, time, 14, 8 — life, 123, 17 ; 

149, 9 — time, 14, 8 ; 70, 22 — to 

come in a, time, 124, i. 
Trough, 46, II — big, 28, I. 
Trout, 74, 18. 
True, 62, 19; 63,27; 171,12,17 

— certainly, 125, 17 — it has 

proved, 43, 11 — it is, 54, 10 — it 

is certainly, 91, 2 — not at all, 24, 

4 — saying, 171, 21 — to be, 125, 

5 — word, 171, 21 
Truly, 54, 9, 13; 171, 16 — he 

speaks, 171, 12. 
Trust, 89, 19— to, 89, 16; 95,21, 

23- 

Truth, 171, 19 — he who is, 171, 20 
— to convince of the, 171, 15 — to 
speak the, 58, 19; 107, 14 — to 
speak the exact, 125, 15, 16. 

Tub- washing, 39, 2. 

Tune an instrument, to, 60, 24. 

Turbid, 86, 25. 

Turkey, 145, 3 — cock, a, 26, 12; 
45, 18 — buzzard, 19, 16. 

Turn, to, 59, 2 — about, to, 44, 17 — 
back, to, 59, 2 — out of the road, 
to, 105, 2 — the wrong side out, 
to, 22, 27. 

Turned, 116, 12 — about, 44, 18. 

Turnip, 48, 20, 



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Turtle, 147, 16 — dove, 80, 11 — 

land, 136, II. 
Twenty, 98, 5. 
Twice, 98, 3. 
Twig, 79, 2; 131, 5. 
Twilight, 68, 16; 69, I. 
Twin, 36, 3. 
Twisted, 116, 12. 
Two, 97, 21 — days ago, 98, 9 — 

days hence, 98, 10 — hundred, 

97, 22 — sorts, 98, 2 — to rend in, 

29,4. 
Twofold, 98, 2. 
Tying, 36, 4. 



Ugly, 70, II, 12. 

Unable to bear, to be, 129, 16 — to 

perform, to be, 16, 9 ; 107, 18. 
Unanimity, 95, 19. 
Unawares, 156, 22. 
Unbeliever, 93, 20; iii, 21 ; 113, 

16. 
Unbending, 145, 12. 
Unburnt brick, 165, 27. 
Uncertain, 122, 9 — to be, 122, 6. 
Uncivil, to speak, 75, 13. 
Uncle, an, 128, 11. 
Uncommonness, 145, 24. 
Unconcerned, to be, 15, 6. 
Under, 34, 18 — 47, 12 — the hill, 

16, 17. 
Understand, to, 112, 12 — each other, 

to, 100, 8 — well, to, 174, 26. 
Understanding, 94, 7 ; 100, 7 — to 

be of good, 156, 5; 175, 13. 
Uneasiness, 123, 20. 
Uneasy, to be, 75, 18. 
Unexpectedly, 156, 22. 
Unforeseen, 117, 24. 
Unfortunate, 107, 23 — to be, 70, 2. 
Unhappiness, 70, 3. 
Unhappy, 70, 5 — to be, 70, 2 — to 

make, 70, 4. 



Uninhabited place, an, 139, 8 ; 140, 

2. 
Union, 71, 20. 
United, 71, 22. 
Unity, 71, 20. 
Unless, 41, 24. 
Unlike, 144, 16; 147, 9. 
Unlucky, 99, 13; 107, 23 — ^he is, 

148, 24. 
Unpleasant, morning, 69, 23 — to 

be, 145, 16. 
Unpleasing, uncommonly, 145, 22. 
Unripe, 23, i. 
Unruly, 56, 16; 156, 14 — to be, 

156, 13- 
Unseen, 99, 17. 
Untie to, 40, 13; 59, 15, 
Until, 114, 21 ; 131, 20 — here, 114, 

21 — now, 88, I; 112, 8. 
Unto, 114, 21. 
Untractable, 24, 8. 
Untwisted, 46, 19. 
Unusual, 147, 9. 
Unwilling, 129, 6— to be, 129, 3 — 

to give, to be, 152, 20 — to go, to 

be, 129, 13. 
Unwillingly, 129, 6 — do it, 100, 

17 — to be somewhere, 128, 19 — 

to plant, 129, 7 — to work, 129, 8. 
Unworthy, 94, i. 
Up, hill, 154, 14— lift it, 35, I— 

there, 167, 3 — to give, 16, 4 ; 

119, 6 — to rise, 105, 23. 
Upland, 63, 9; 64, 21 — hickory, 

54, 6. 
Upon earth, 13, I. 
Upright, 172, 6 — person, an, 125, 

6 — saying, 125, 14 — to be, 125, 5. 
Uprightness, 172, 7. 
Upward, 49, 4. 
Usage, kind, 170, 4. 
Use, bad language, to, 70, I — for 

firewood, to, 139, 7 — of, to make, 

22, 6 — 24, 13; 35, II — old from. 



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78, 4 — somebody ill, to, 56, 23 ; 
70, 6 — somebody well, to, 173, 
I — some one ill, to, 44, 15. 

Useful, 22, 10. 

Usual with one, as is, 33, 9. 



Vagabond, 80, 20. 

Vain, in, 22, i ; 102, 16 — labor in, 

139, 16. 
Vale, a, 105, 16. 

Valley, a, 105, 16 — in the, 105, 18. 
Valuable, 18, 2; 158, 22. 
Value, 61, 19, 21 — high, 68, i — to, 

14, 23; 67, 19 — some one, to, 67, 

12. 
Vanish, to, 83, 9. 
Vein, a, 86, 18. 
Venture to go, to, 13, 20. 
Verily, 54, 9, 13. 
Very, 49, 16; 54, 9— good, 49, 16 

— little, 70, 16; 139, 2, 3 — long 

ago, 164, 13 — much, 49, 16, 17 

— much so, 49, 17 — near, no, 

19 — peaceable, 14, 7. 
Victuals, 86, 12. 
View, to, 137, 10. 
Vile talk, 72, 15. 
Vine, poison, 121, 2. 
Violent, 14, 10. 
Viper, 122, 14. 
Virginian, 27, 23. 
Visible, it is plainly, 174, 24. 
Visit, to, 55, 5 — somebody, to, 55, 4. 
Vociferation, exclamation of, 49, 11, 

19; 103, 15. 
Vomit, to, 73, 3 ; 79, 25 — to take a, 

79. 26. 
Vomiting, 79, 27. 
Vouchsafe, to, 138, 5. 



Wade, to, 143, 9 ; 147, 2. 
Wages, log, 20. 



Wagon, 141, 12. 

Wait, to. III, 12 — for somebody, to, 
III, II — for with much concern, 
to, 29, 3 — with impatience, to, 

23, II. 

Waited, he, 114, i. 

Waken somebody, to, 142, 19. 

Wakening, 142, 20. 

Walk, to, 12, 2 ; 61, 14 ; 119, 2, 5 
— about, to, 86, 3 — alone, to, 92, 
25 — fast, to, 58, 2 — humbly, to, 
138, 2 — to begin to, 119, I — to 
make, 61, 16 — with, to, 163, 9. 

Walker, 112, 10 — night, 102, 12. 

Walketh, he that, 112, 10. 

Walking, good, 175, I — road, 21, 

3- 
Walnut, 120, 12 — black, 120, 13 — 

white, 104, 17. 
Wampum, 45, i — belt of, 103, 3 — 

string of, 127, 18. 
Want, loi, 12,18 — to, 37, 22; loi, 

17- 

Wanting, loi, 16, 19, 20. 

Wantonness, 156, 14. 

War, 69, 8 ; 94, 19 ; 143, 4 — chief, 
a, 50, 10 — time, 69, 24 ; 143, 6 — 
to begin, 102, 13 — to go to, 76, 9 
— whoop, the, 16, 21. 

Warm, 43, 23, 25 ; 57, 24 — house, 
43, 26 ; 44, I — one's self, to, 25, 
16 — the hands, to, 21, 18 — thy- 
self, 159, 3. 

Warped, 150, 18. 

Warrior, 94, 18; 143, 5. 

Wash, to, 40,7; 57, 5, 13 — one's 
self, to, 57, 8. 

Washed, 40, 5. 

Washing tub, 39, 2. 

Wasp, 20, 12. 

Wasp's nest, a, 150, i. 

Watch a place, to, 102, 9 — some- 
body, to, 102, 4 — to keep, 102, 
7- 



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Watchful, to be, 92, 21. 

Watchman, 99, 11 ; 102, 8 ; 156, 4. 

Water, 76, 15 — beech, 165, 19 — 
clear, 57, 1 1 ; 87, 4 — deep, 27, 
22 — deep dead, 120, 17 — down 
the, 90, 4 — falls, the, 48, 12 — 
flows rapidly, the, 57, 20 — from 
the, 44, 23 — high, 27, 22 ; 28, 4; 
77, 3 — is rising, the, 114, 6 — low, 
36,22 — overflowed with, 120,8 — 
— over the, 37, 5 — pail, 140, 6 ; 
I53» 17 — shallow, 139,4 — snake, 
76, 16 — still, 55, 14 — still or 
standing, 28, 14 — this side the, 
148, 15 — to boil, in till dry, 48, 
14 — to go by, 118, 16 — to go 
down the, 90, 2 — to make, 133, 
10 — to pull somebody out of 
the, 35, 20 — to sail up the, 90, 
14 — to set off by, 18, 12 — to take 
out of the, 45, 9 — to take some- 
body out of the, 121, 6 — to throw, 
98, 23 — tumbles down from a 
precipice, 133, 21 — turtle, 147, 
16. 

Watereth, he that, 155, il. 

Watermelon, 30, 19. 

Water-snake, 46, 4. 

Way, a little this, 148, 17— by the, 
22,12; 32, 12; 167, 23 — that, 
148, 18 — this, 51, 6; 148, 14, 18 
— to hunt by the, 168, 2. 

We, 53, 17 ; 97. 8— also, 52, 14— 
94, lo — too, 94, 10. 

Weak, 126, 20; 127,3,11; 128,1, 
2; 167, 18 — hand, 126, 22 — it 
is, 126, 21 — to be, 126, 14 ; 167, 
16. 

Weakly, 72, 13; 126, 20 — look, 
126, 23 — to be, 119, 12. 

Weakness, 126, 15, 23. 

Wealth, no, 13. 

Weary of staying, to be, 130, 3. 

Weasel, 124, 13. 



Weather, bad morning, 69, 12 — 
clear, 87, 2 ; 172, i — mild, 168, 
27 — rainy, 98, 18 — stormy, 69, 
23 — sultry, 99, 16 — ugly, 98, 18 
— very hot, 57, 18 — warm, 172,1. 

Wedge, iron, 105, 6. 

Weed, the bitter, 157, i. 

Weeds, 65, 11 — overgrown with, 
65, 10. 

Week, 39, 25 — this, 32, 10. 

Weep, those who, 63, 23. 

Weepers, 63, 23. 

Weeping, 63, 24; 124, 5 — to 
come, 114, 15 — to go about, 109, 
7 — to go away, 18, 14. 

Weigh, to, 120, 19. 

Weighty, most, 18, 7. 

Well, 9, l; 18, 23; 30,24; 38, 3 ; 
51, 5,7,9; 142,4; 171, 5; 175. 
7 — behaved person, a, 153, 25 — 
cut, 175, 7 — hewn, 175, 7 — it 
goes, 171, 8 — squared, 175, 7 — 
to be, 171, I, 6 — to be always, 
152, 16 — to be seen, 172, 4 — to 
make, 171, 4; 175, 10 — to use 
somebody, 173, i. 

West, 176, 14— wind, 64, 19. 

Westerly, 176, 14. 

Westward, 176, 15. 

Wet, 98, 24; 133, 5; 137, 3— 
ground, 124,24; 133,3, 4 — 1° 
make, 56, 18; 98, 23 ; 131, 4. 

Whale, 76, 17. 

What, 33, 5 ; 55, 19— may it be, 55, 
19 — then, 55, 19 — to do, 31, 24 — 
we are destined for, 32, 7. 

When, 145, 13. 

Whence, 135, I — he came, 154, 20 
he is, from, 177, 12 — to come 
from, 103, 25. 

Where, 31, 8; 34, 8; 135, i, 6; 
138, II — else, 108, 4 — I am, 34, 
15 — it is, 35, 8 — it is to be got 
from, 176, 18 — the road goes up 



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the hill, 154, 13 ; 155, 6 — to- 
wards, 135, I — we are, 12, 8. 

Whereabouts, 135, i. 

Wherefrom, 135, i. 

Wherever or whither I go, 31,8. 

Whether, 35, 14. 

Which, 24, 14 — then, 135, 6. 

While, a little, 63, 16; 90, 8 — a 
long, 46, 10 — a very little, 141, 20 
— ago, a little, 40, 3; 171, 11 — 
in a little, 89, 15, 20 — yet a little, 
47, 18. 

Wliip somebody, to, 131, 17. 

Whippoorwill, 121, lo. 

Whisper, 122, 16. 

White, 151, 8, 16; 166, 5, 13— 
frost, 103, I — it looks, i65, 4 — 
oak, 161, 13 — person, 151, 15; 
166, 12 — thorn, the, 68, 24 — 
thread, 166, 6 — walnut, 104, 17 
— yarn, 166, 6. 

Whither, 34, 8 — T go, 31, 8. 

Whitherwards, 135, i. 

Who, 24, 14 — I am, 35, 12 — is 
it, 24, 15 — is there, 24, 14 — then, 
24, 14 — was with him, 163, 15. 

Whole, 27, II; 82, 4, II, 14 — to 
make, 106, 15. 

Wholly, 78, 15, 16; 82, 13; 144, 

23- 
Whoop, the war, 16, 21. 
Whooping cough, 9, 5 — to have 

the, 9, 6. 
Whoredom, 12, 23. 
Why, 55, 19; 121,7 — n°', ^21, 

7 — perhaps, 121, 7. 
Wicked, 78, 7, 8 — act, 69, 15 — 

language, 72, 15 — man, 82, 24 — 

servant, 69, 14. 
Wickedness, 71, 8. 
Wide, 10, 6; 150,15 — as, as, 32, 

19 — as the world is, as big and, 

33, I — plain, a, 62, i ; 78, 14. 
Widow, 128, 13, 15. 



Wife, his brother's, 163, 11 — my, 
158, I. 

Wild, 24, 8 — apple, 142, 22 — bay, 
35,18 — cat, a, 145, 15 — cherry, 
87, 13 — goose, 52, I — hemp, 47, 
13 — red plum, the, 105, 5, 

Wilderness, 26, 9 — in the, 139, 9. 

Will, last, 36, 16; 101, 4. 

Willful, 15, I. 

Willing, be, 38, 3 — I am, 102, 18 
— to be, 64, 10. 

Willingly, 160, 6 — I do, 102, 18 — 
to go, 160, 13 — to hear, 160, 12 
— to live, 160, 7. 

Win, to, 168, 22. 

Wind blows hard, the, 56, 19 — 
ceases, the, 15, 24 — comes from 
a particular quarter, 177, 2 — 
comes from thence, the, 176, 13 
— in the belly, 109, 9 — moder- 
ately warm, 168, 26 — north, 66, 
II — southerly, 127, 5 — the east, 
12, 4 — west, 64, 19. 

Window, 31, 3. 

Wing, 175, 16, 17. 

Wink of an eye, 134, I. 

Winter, 66, 10 — last, 35, 6 — middle 
of, 62, 4 — this, 32, 10. 

Wipe off, to, 146, 4. 

Wiped out, 146, 2. 

Write to somebody, 114, 13. 

Wisdom, 168, 5 ; 178, 2. 

Wise, 65, 3 ; 156, 6 — man, 156, 7; 
168, 6 — men, 63, 25 ; 156, 8 — to 
be, 156, 5. 

Wisely, 67, I. 

Wish, 36, 13. 

Wished for, 15, 5 — it is to be, 36, 7 ; 

15, 3- 
Witch, 102, 12. 
Witchcraft, 72, lO, II. 
With, 89, 6; 149, 3; 164, 5 — it, 

47, 21. 
Withered, 127, 1,4. 



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Withers, it, 126, 21. 

Within, 16, 19, 22, 23; 148, 3; 
170, I. 

Without, 56, 6. 

Witness, to bear, 113, 8. 

Wittiness, 67, 2. 

Wolf, 83, 6 ; 142, 8. 

Woman, 103, 9 — a single, 53, 16 — 
elderly, 53, 15 — old, 27, 8 — rich, 
158, 24 — the breasts of a, loi, 
II — young, 177, 24. 

Woman's cousin, a, 103, 2. 

Womb, 16, 16. 

Wonder, exclamation of, 52, 2 — to, 
37, 14; 173,8. 

Wonderful, 33, 17; 52,2; 74, 10; 
145, 19; 173, 9— it is, 173, 10— 
it seems, 173, 11 — work, 37, 13. 

Wonderfully, to behave, 13, 24. 

Wonders, to do great, 37, 12. 

Wood, basket, 26, 15— boat, 20, 11 
— cutter, 74, 5 — full of, 35, 9 — 
he fetches, 91, 7 — piece of, 135, 
8 — pine, 59, 7 — rotten, 161, 6 — to 
chop, 74, 4 — to come from cut- 
ting, 22, 2 — to fetch, 91, 9 — to 
split, 104, II — white, 136, 19. 

Woodcock, 80, 16. 

Woodpecker, 108, 19; red-headed, 
80, 9. 

Woods, 140, 2. 

Woody, 135, 9. 

Word, 22, 18 — fine, 172, II — for 
us, he speaks a good, 172, 12 — 
meaning of the, 61, 5 — of life, 
112, 2 — of or from the, 154, 16. 

Work, 17, 15; 84, 27— good, 170, 
19 — nasty, 98, 15 — to, 84, 25 — 
to come from, 21, 24 — to do 
dirty, 98, 14 — to finish a, 42, 13 
— unwillingly, to, 129, 8 — with, 
to, 163, 8 — wonderful, 37, 13. 

Working, to stop, 16, 3; 22, 5. 

Works well, it, 174, 11. 
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World, as big and wide as the, 33, 
I — at the end of the, 31, 14 — 
end of the, 157, 19 — round, all 
the, 33, I— the, 112, 5. 

Worm, 86, 22 — little, 86, 23 — rain, 
49, 15 — silk, 99, 18. 

Worn out, 83, 10. 

Worship. 110, 6 — to, 109, 22. 

Worth, 61, 19— nothing, 23, 8. 

Worthiness, 169, 17. 

Worthy, to be, 33, 3; i6g, 16. 

Would that! 51, 14- 

Wound, 12, 5; 82, I — to bind up 
or dress a, 11, 18. 

Wounded, 12, 6. 

Wrangle, to, 144, 19. 

Wrenched, 143, 19. 

Wrinkled. 117, 5. 

Write, to, 62, 20, 25. 

Writer, 63, I. 

Writing, 72, 1 9. 

Written, 62, 22, 23 — as is, 32, 6. 

Wrong, hearing, 144, 11 — side out, 
to turn, 22, 27 — to do, 144, 5 — 
to do it, 108, 3— to hear, 144, 10 
to make, 107, 17; 144, 5. 

Wrongly, to set about, 107, 17. 



Yarn, black, 134, 13— net of, 50, 

16— red, 68, 23— white, 166, 6. 
Yawn, to, 124, 21. 
Ye, 53, 18— also, 52, 15. 
Year, 36, 11— next, 36, 12— spring 

of the, 132, 17. 
Yearling, 20, 15. 
Yeasts, 109, 11. 
Yellow, 162, 12, 13. 
Yellow- wood tree, 162, 10. 
Yes, 26, 7, 8; 29, 19; 30, 1\ 45, 

2 ; 52, 1 1 ; 54, 10 — exclamation 

of approval, 45, 2. 
Yesterday, 148, 10; 172, 16. 
Yet, 16, 14; 18, 22; 24, 17; 34, 



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20; 45, 25; 50, 4, II; 121, 3; 
146, 24; 178, 4 — a little while, 
47, 18 — more, 18, 8; 121, 3; 
not, 35, 3,4; 93, 15, 16, 17. 
Yonder, 50, 5 ; 174, i — to thither, 
8g, 12. 



You, 53, 18— too, 52, 15. 

Young buck, 24, 18; deer, 72, 20 

— of a bird or fowl, the, 21, 9. 
Younger brother or sister, 27, 16. 
Zealous, 133, 6. 



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